Tag: Nature & Environment

Events

Family Fun: The Fascinating and Forgotten Pawpaw

Join us for a morning of virtual fun to explore the pawpaw tree! Native to the eastern United States, the pawpaw is loved by humans and wildlife with its fruit that tastes like mango banana pudding. We're partnering with Blue Heron Nature Preserve and Tyke Hike for this event so expect a virtual mini-hike,…
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Ecology Seminar: Karen Oberhauser

Topic: Fostering citizen engagement with science and conservation through the lens of an iconic butterfly Speaker: Karen Oberhauser, professor and director of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum, University of Wisconsin-Madison. This seminar will take place via Zoom. Please contact Beth…

Designing a Plastic-Free Future

Your teen has the ability to drastically change the future in which we live and our challenges are designed to increase their awareness of global issues, provide holistic perspectives, introduce them to new career opportunities and develop their problem solving abilities. Over this 4 week after school…

Designing a Plastic-Free Future

Your teen has the ability to drastically change the future in which we live and our challenges are designed to increase their awareness of global issues, provide holistic perspectives, introduce them to new career opportunities and develop their problem solving abilities. Over this 4 week after school…

Ask the Expert: Laci Pattivina on Bats

In our new Ask the Expert series, we're hosting experts from around the city to have open conversations and explore various topics relating to our urban environment. We'll learn the basic science of bats and how they're classified with Wildlife Biologist, Laci Pattavina. Laci will discuss the current…

Designing a Plastic-Free Future

Your teen has the ability to drastically change the future in which we live and our challenges are designed to increase their awareness of global issues, provide holistic perspectives, introduce them to new career opportunities and develop their problem solving abilities. Over this 4 week after school…

Designing a Plastic-Free Future

Your teen has the ability to drastically change the future in which we live and our challenges are designed to increase their awareness of global issues, provide holistic perspectives, introduce them to new career opportunities and develop their problem solving abilities. Over this 4 week after school…

Cub Scout NightCrawler

As the sun sets on Zoo Atlanta, the fun is just beginning! Spend the night connecting to wildlife, participating in engaging activities, working toward badges*, and learning how you can help save species. Spend the night in climate-controlled, indoor facilities and wake up to the sounds of the wild!…

Pollinators, Predators, and Pizza

The Oxford Organic Farm is a living laboratory for Emory University students who want to learn about agriculture systems and farming. This exciting new program will have two parts, spending about an hour on honey bees specifically, including opening the hives and seeing the colonies. The other hour will…
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Facebook Live: Birds & Beans -- How You Can Help Birds with Your Morning Cup of Coffee

Join Adam Betuel, Georgia Audubon's Director of Conservation, and Nema Etheridge, Marketing Director for Café Campesino, to learn how the coffee choices you make every day can have far reaching impacts for a variety of bird species that migrate through or spend summers in Georgia and the winter months…