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Naturalist Notes Webinar Series Staff Pick

When: Wednesdays, 6-7 p.m. Continues through May 26 2021
Price: $10
From pinnipeds to plovers, from lace lichens to the fascinating ethnobotany of our dune flora, the natural and cultural history of our coast holds a world of wonder. Plan to explore it with Friends of the Dunes during the Naturalist Notes Webinar Series! Join six dynamic experts as they share stories of the captivating creatures, plants, and people of California’s Northcoast dunes. The Naturalist Notes Series will take place over six Wednesday evenings from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., April 21 to May 26. Visit the Friends of the Dunes website ( for a full description of each webinar topic. The registration fee is $10 per webinar or $45 for the entire series, proceeds will fund scholarships for the fall Coastal Naturalist Training, a California Naturalist Certification program. Current Friends of the Dunes members and volunteers will receive a 20% discount. Interested in the series but can’t afford to pitch in? A limited number of free registrations are available. Contact for more information. Naturalist Notes Webinar Topics: April 21 - Orange-Red, Yellow-Red: The Oldest Western Snowy Plover on Record with Mark Colwell, Ph.D. (Ornithologist & HSU Wildlife Professor) April 29 - Ethnobotany of Humboldt’s Coastal Environments with Adam Canter (Biologist & Tribal Botanist with the Wiyot Tribe) May 5 - Introduction to Lichens of the Dunes with Loriel Caverly (Botanist, Certified California Naturalist, & Lichen Enthusiast) May 12 - Pinnipeds of the California Coast with Claire Nasr (Biologist & California Sea Grant Fellow) May 19 - Introduction to Native Bees of the Dunes with Brian Dykstra (OLLI Instructor, Founder of the Native Bee Society, and farmer at a Bee-Friendly Farm) May 26 - Coastal Vulnerabilities & Resilience of Humboldt’s Dune-Beach Systems with Ian Walker, Ph.D. (Geomorphologist & Geography Professor at UC Santa Barbara)



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