Wednesdays March 16th, 23rd and 30th from 4:30pm-6pmThe Highlands Center, 1375 S Walker Rd, Prescott$20 per class / $15, ZOO and HC MembersTo register: highlandscenter.org/adult-programs/Part of the Highlands Center Community Nature Study Series
“We love these kinds of opportunities to learn more about local natural history and to connect with others with similar interests. Thank you.” CSN ATTENDEEInterested in native birds of prey, reptiles, and other wonderful wildlife and their habitats? Learn from local experts and meet animals from the zoo in this new study series, where the Highlands Center partners with Heritage Park Zoo. These classes are held outside in our Ramada but are subject to move inside due to weather. Proceeds support both organizations.
Wed, March 16th Birds of Prey with raptor biologist George Carpenter and birds from the zoo.
Wed, March 23rd Reptiles with herpetologist Eve Berlinsky with snakes and other reptiles from the zoo.
Wed, March 30th Local Wildlife and Their Habitats with a Highlands Center Naturalist and animals from the zoo.
Community Nature Study Series: Join expert naturalists, researchers, and conservation leaders from across Arizona in an annual series celebrating study of the natural world. Topics and classes are designed to be engaging and interactive. Learn about local species, weather, conservation issues and more in this engaging annual program. Classes include a hands-on lab and/or field component.
About the Highlands Center for Natural History – Celebrating 25 Years!
The Highlands Center for Natural History is a non-profit organization developed to foster an appreciation for the Central Highlands of Arizona. Formed in 1996, the Center is a regional hub for lifelong learning, designed to invite discovery of the wonders of nature. The Highlands Center offers a wide array of programs and includes an inviting venue for community events and is supported by contributions from individuals, corporations, foundations and community partners.
For information on any Highlands Center upcoming program schedules, please call 776-9550 or go to www.highlandscenter.org