The Biology and Environmental Science departments at Dalhousie University are hosting a series of guided lunch time nature walks around the Dalhousie Studley campus in an effort to get staff, students, and faculty outside and to shake off the mid-week slump, and learn something new!
There will be seven walks throughout the next year from May-March exploring a variety of different topics such as edible plants, birds, intertidal communities, urban forestry and others throughout all of the four seasons.
These walks will be taking place on Wednesdays during the lunch hour for about 45 minutes. Connecting with nature is incredibly important for both mental and physical health and can energize and rejuvenate members of the Dalhousie community. Each walk will be led by an expert on the topic and participants will have the opportunity to record their observations in iNaturalist.ca.
You can register on for the first walk focused on birds on Wednesday, May 22nd on eventbrite herehttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/urban-nature-walks-on-dalhousies-studley-campus-birds-of-dalhousie-tickets-61945739374?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-source=strongmail&utm-term=listing