Saturday, July 9, 2016
8:30am – 5:30pm
Don’t worry, you don’t need to Nature Watch for the entire duration (or have any special wildlife skills) – this isn’t an endurance challenge, just some wildlife fun!
Do you love to explore and examine the natural world? Want to be a citizen scientist? Join the Museum of Natural History on Saturday, July 9, for our first annual Roger Williams Park Nature Watch, a fun ecological monitoring initiative aimed to gather information about Roger Williams Park and its inhabitants. Designed to develop scientific observation and data collection skills, Nature Watch is suitable for all levels and interests. Help contribute to the pursuit of knowledge and sign up today! Special orientation on Saturday, June 25, 11am-12pm. There is no fee to participate in the RWP Nature Watch or orientation.
More information coming soon! Contact the museum, 401.680.7221, to learn more about this special event!