Tag: Biology

Events

Online Girl Scouts: Ladybug Project

Girl Scouts learn about the scientific method and citizen science as they make observations and collect data on ladybugs for the Lost Ladybug Project. Girl Scouts complete some requirements toward their Think Like a Citizen Scientist Badge.

The wonderful ways in which plants have modified the pathway of photosynthesis

Plant’s are primary producers, able to generate their own energy by chemical reactions that convert CO2 and sunlight into sugars – a process we all know as photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is so integral to plants that we rarely stop to admire the wonderful ways in which plants have improved and modified…

Monarch Butterfly Reproduction: From physiology to behavior

Reproduction is a fascinating facet in the life an insect with more than its share of fascinating features. Monarch scientists Karen Oberhauser and Michelle Solensky will share their research on the ins and outs of monarch reproduction, from mating behavior to spermatophores and sperm competition. Learn…

Aquatic Activities: Save Our Seas

The ocean holds around 70% of the world’s water and sustains over half of the world’s living organisms. It is responsible for supplying more oxygen than all of the rainforests combined. Today our oceans are facing issues like pollution, rising global temperatures, and overfishing. Join us during…

Amphibian Foundation Critter Camp

Our goal is to introduce children to the exciting biodiversity of amphibians and reptiles, using these animals to illustrate aspects of biology and ecology. The camps are small (maximum of 15 campers per session) and will be focused on tropical animals, as well as native species. Campers will be…

Scales and Tails

Join us for the opening of our new special exhibits ‘Crocs: Ancient Predators in a Modern World’ and ‘Nature’s Ninjas’, and discover unique reptiles and amphibians from Fernbank’s animal collection.

Amphibian Foundation Critter Camp

Our goal is to introduce children to the exciting biodiversity of amphibians and reptiles, using these animals to illustrate aspects of biology and ecology. The camps are small (maximum of 15 campers per session) and will be focused on tropical animals, as well as native species. Campers will be…

Amphibian Foundation Critter Camp

Our goal is to introduce children to the exciting biodiversity of amphibians and reptiles, using these animals to illustrate aspects of biology and ecology. The camps are small (maximum of 15 campers per session) and will be focused on tropical animals, as well as native species. Campers will be…

Amphibian Foundation Critter Camp

Our goal is to introduce children to the exciting biodiversity of amphibians and reptiles, using these animals to illustrate aspects of biology and ecology. The camps are small (maximum of 15 campers per session) and will be focused on tropical animals, as well as native species. Campers will be…