Stay active and engaged with nature this winter! Join the North and South Rivers Watershed Association, South Shore Natural Science Center, and Mass Audubon in our 2021 Winter Nature Challenge! Each week starting in January and running through March, will have a virtual presentation, a nature challenge to do on your own or with your family, and an optional guided outdoor event! See presentation titles and schedule below. This program is a new iteration of the familiar WaterWatch Lecture Series.
Join the virtual talk and discover something new. From owl watching, to winter beachcombing, the range of topics will be diverse, fun, and interesting! Take your new knowledge a step further by joining in a guided outdoor event! Each week’s talk will be accompanied by an optional guided event, building upon the topics discussed in the talk.
Compete in a Winter Nature Challenge! Each week’s talk will include a challenge. Participate in the challenge on your own, with your family, or with us on the guided event. Register for the talks to receive information about the Nature Challenge. Great for all ages! Once registered, you will receive special emails with zoom webinar links and instructions each week.
For more information about the series and to register Click Here.
February 17 – Owls; In Search of Strigiformes with Mass Audubon’s Doug Lowry
February 24 – Join the City Nature Challenge! The world’s biggest biodiversity study with the SSNSC
March 3 – A Guide to Your Very Own River Adventure with South Shore River Guides NSRWA’s Brian Taylor and Mass Audubon’s Doug Lowry
March 10 – Forest Foragers! Geocaching the South Shore with NSRWA’s Brian Taylor