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Online-only Mini-Seminars ... Calendar

Eagle Hill natural history training programs have the following three formats.

Summer Week-long Seminars ... These are the traditional week-long, in-person, and in-residence field seminars we have been offering since 1987. Please see ... Link.

Fall Weekend Workshops ... Our in-person and in-residence workshops offer shorter intensive learning opportunites over weekends with expert instructors. We have been offering them since 2014. Please see ... Link.

Online-only Mini-seminars ... This page features our first-ever Online-only Mini-seminars. They are being developed as an annual series as a direct result of and as a creative response to the coronavirus. They are intensive training opportunities with expert instructors who teach their classes live by way of Zoom. They have broad geographic applicability and have formats that are variable, depending upon the subject matter and the teaching preferences of the instructors. Each includes suggestions for readings, online videos, and websites to efficiently augment what is covered during online presentations. All are taught outside of normal work-week hours, i.e., during evenings and on weekends. Participants need to have a Zoom account (https://zoom.us ... signup is free). They will receive a secure link to join the instructor before each class. Classes will be recorded so partipants can review them or make up missed ones.

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Date ranges Titles Instructor(s)
     

2020 Online Mini-seminars ... in progress or pending

When links to flyers have been uploaded, titles are underlined.
     
Nov 9 - 23 Introduction to Lichens Full with waitlist. Gary Perlmutter
Dec 5 - 19 Ferns of Central America Weston Testo
     
Other seminars are in discussion. Proposals are welcome.
     

2021 Online Mini-seminars - Some dates pending

When links to flyers have been uploaded, titles are underlined.
     
Jan 9 - Feb 6 Winter Identification of Trees and Woody Plants of the Northern Forest Erika Mitchell
Jan 22 - 29 Costa Rican Natural History and Culture: An Evolutionary Perspective Gregorio Dauphin
February Flora and Fauna in Central and South American Art and Culture Shelley Burian
Mar 22 - 31 Invasive Amphibians and Reptiles of Florida Kenneth Krysko
Apr 2 - 12 Native Amphibians and Reptiles of Florida Kenneth Krysko
Apr 1 - May 5 Photography and Biology of Spring Insects and Spiders Kefyn Catley
May 13 - 27 Biology and Field Identification of Amphibians Lynda Miller
Early June Biology and Field Identification of Snakes and Lizards Lynda Miller
End of June Biology and Field Identification of Turtles Lynda Miller
     
Other seminars are in discussion. Proposals are welcome.
     

2020 Online Mini-seminars ... Completed

Jul 25 - Aug 29 Leaf Mining and Stem Mining Insects Full with waitlist. Charley Eiseman
Jul 28 - Aug 6 Biology and Field Identification of Amphibians and Reptiles Lynda Miller
Jul 29 - Aug 26 The Poet and The Natural World Hayley Kolding
Aug 1 - 29 Introduction to Tardigrade Study and Identification Full with waitlist. Emma Perry
Sep 4 - Oct 2 Painting Hummingbirds in Watercolor Full with waitlist. Dorie Petrochko
Sep 5 - Oct 3 Leaf Mining and Stem Mining Insects Full with waitlist. Charley Eiseman
Sep 21 - 25 Identification of Common Grasses (Poaceae) Using Field Features Full with waitlist. Robert Lichvar
Sep 28 - Oct 7 Photographing and Identifying Fall Insects and Spiders
Full with waitlist.
Kefyn Catley
Oct 5 - 7 Identification of Common Carex (Sedges) Using Field Features Full with waitlist. Robert Lichvar
Nov 2 - 11 A "Dive" into the Liverworts and Hornworts of Central America Full with waitlist. Gregorio Dauphin
Nov 13 - Dec 1 Marine Macroalgae: Ecology, Identification, Distribution, and Importance Full with waitlist. Amanda Savoie
     
     
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