Phenology is the study of seasons in nature. Tracking when flowers bloom, when animals migrate, when mushrooms appear, or when anything else happens in nature, helps scientists understand our ecosystem and how it’s changing over time. Fall is a great time to study phenology because we can watch the leaves change colors all around us. In this class, students in grades 3-8 will learn about phenology and fall foliage and they will have the opportunity to participate in a community science project about the phenology of foliage. We hope we’ll see your young scientist there!
Cost: $10 ($8 for Friends of the Clifton Institute)
Age: Grades 3-8, drop-off only
Weather policy: Date and time subject to change dependent on weather. Please check your email for updates on the morning of the event.
What to bring: Hat, water bottle, binoculars
COVID-19 Information: This program will be entirely outdoors (an outside port-o-potty will be available). We require that everyone have a mask with them in case we need to go inside during inclement weather, to administer first aid, or for other reasons. Please do not attend if you are experiencing or have experienced in the last two weeks any symptoms associated with COVID-19 (fever, cough, shortness of breath, etc.).
Registration is REQUIRED.
Cancellation policy: If you register and can no longer attend this event, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can open your spot to someone else. IF PAID EVENT– No refunds will be given upon registrant cancellation.
Before attending this event, please read the information included on our liability release form (click here).