Upcoming talks: "Discover Connecticut's Natural Wonders"
Connecticut may seem tame, but it's actually a place where amazing discoveries about geology, dinosaurs, and nature have been made for centuries. Here anyone can explore sites that reveal where continents collided, where communities of dinosaurs once thrived, as well as a great diversity of modern day natural habitats and fisheries.
If you'd like to hear more about the state's incredible natural history and amazing tales about the contributions local scientists have made to our knowledge of the world, come to one of the slide shows I'll be giving in the next few months. Each includes rarely told tales and seldom seen images that are sure to delight. For more information about the program, "Discover Connecticut's Natural Wonders," visit cttrips.com and click on "Upcoming talks."
Saturday, February 18th, Connecticut Audubon Eagle Festival, Essex, 1 pm.
Tuesday, February 28th, Windsor Locks Public Library, Windsor Locks, 7 pm.
Sunday, March 5th, OC Marsh Fellows Program, Yale Peabody Museum, New Haven, 10 am.
Tuesday, March 7th, Connecticut Junior Science & Humanities Symposium, UConn Storrs, 1:45pm.