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Get inspired with a garden tour this season!

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Free Lecture “Vultures: The Private Life of an Unloved Bird” on June 14

Vultures are often overlooked, underappreciated, and unloved, despite the vital role they play in healthy ecosystems. Worldwide, vultures are more likely to be threatened or endangered than any other group of raptor, but in the United States turkey and black vultures may actually be increasing in number.

June Nature Almanac

Here is a list of some wonderful things to watch for this month in nature.

Annual Meeting & Free Lecture “Warming Climate, Changing Forests” on May 10

Observations of plant community shifts within our forests confirm the local extinction of northern-ranged trees and migration and establishment of southern-ranged trees. The species replacement that researchers have observed will most likely lead to a shift in the composition of forests, which could in turn, have a drastic impact on this region’s carbon storage capacity.

May Nature Almanac

Here is a list of some wonderful things to watch for this month in nature.

Free lecture “The ecology of West Nile Virus” with Dr. Sarah Bowden on April 12

While most of us are familiar with Lyme Disease and how it’s spread by deer ticks, or the Zika Virus spread by mosquitoes in tropical climates. But we don’t spend much time thinking about West Nile Virus—a zoonotic infection spread by mosquitoes that affects humans, birds, and even horses. Join us April 12 to learn about the ecology of West Nile.

April Nature Almanac

Here is a list of some wonderful things to watch for this month in nature.