Garden & Nature Series: Observing and Recording Wildlife in Your Neighborhood

Wednesday, September 22, 2021
6 pm - 7:30 pm
Family Garden in the McGovern Centennial Gardens

New technology and affordable tools make it easy to learn about the wildlife of your neighborhood. You can even record wildlife species you find in your yard, local parks, and other places in your neighborhood, and contribute to science using smartphone apps or tag monarch butterflies! Join The Nature Conservancy in Texas biologist Jaime González to learn when, where, and how to observe and record wildlife close to home.

About the Presenter

Jaime González, M.Ed. is the Houston Healthy Cities Director at The Nature Conservancy in Texas. He works with communities in Greater Houston to co-create a healthier, more climate resilient, equitable, better-connected, and more biologically rich region using nature-based solutions. Mr. González earned a M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction-Science Education and a B.S. in Biology from the University of Houston.

This class is free, but capacity is limited. Please register below to confirm your attendance and reserve your spot.