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Webinar for Kids: How to Go on Your Own Insect Safari

April 18, 2020 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

| free, but donations welcome.

In this webinar for kids, learn all about insects from local entomologist Kandis Gilmore!

During this webinar, learn about what an insect is, what makes them unique, and how to observe them. Then, watch Kandis visit our friends at Petaluma Bounty, where she’ll explore how farming practices at the Bounty Farm encourage a rich diversity of insect life. Kandis will then invite you to go on an Insect Safari in your own garden space, and come back and share your findings! This webinar will close with Kandis reading one of her favorite insect stories.

You must register online to receive a link to join the webinar:

Join Kandis to learn about:

What is an Insect? Learn about insect anatomy and what makes insects unique!
What sort of habitat do insects need? Learn where to find insects in your own garden spaces!
How do you observe insects? Learn how to write nature journals with your kids!

Kandis has a Master of Science focused in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology from Sonoma State University, where her thesis research focused on Sonoma County pollinators.


April 18, 2020
9:00 am - 10:30 am
free, but donations welcome.
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