A World of Wonder: How Butterflies, Birds and Native Plants Get Along

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A World of Wonder: How Butterflies, Birds and Native Plants Get Along

A World of Wonder: How Butterflies, Birds and Native Plants Get Along

06/25/2018 - 06/29/2018

Class meets at the San Diego Supercomputer Center, UC San Diego, 10100 Hopkins Drive
from 9:00 am - 2:30 pm.

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Course Description

Seasons change. Plants grow, flower and produce seeds.
Woodpeckers store acorns in the fall and eat them in the winter,
and then do it all again and again. Year after year water falls as
rain, runs over watersheds into rivers and down to the sea.
In this summer experience students will investigate the cycles of
nature and find out how they influence each other. They will
identify native plants using tech based keys and look at those
plants as part of a whole habitat.They will observe food webs
and chart the distribution of organisms. Students will design and
use an online journal to record their experiences. They will use
the natural areas of the UCSD campus as a window into the
wonders of nature.

Spaces remaining: 5

Questions?

If you have any questions about the registration process, please contact Ange Mason, SDSC Education and Outreach, via phone at (858) 534-5064 or email at education@sdsc.edu.

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