Interrelationships in the Natural World Field Classes
Join experienced Field Naturalist Peter Trull on a hike through the woodlands and wetlands of Bell’s Neck Conservation Lands to learn about the intricate lives of the plants and animals that call this area home. Discover delicate, interwoven relationships that link all species together while learning about the biotic and abiotic processes that drive natural selection and survival. Learn and observe how lives are lived, and how plants and animals are connected to and dependent on each other, influenced by the earth and seasons. Dive beneath the surface on this 2-hour natural history field class to uncover the wonders of nature.
Peter Trull has been involved in Research and Education for over 45 years. He holds a Master’s Degree in Education and has written nine books about Cape Cod natural history. His most recent book Birds of Paradox-The Life of Terns was released in spring 2019. His upcoming book, Cape Cod – Once Around the Sun, is a tribute to John Hay and his 1961 classic Nature’s Year.
Thursday, April 13 (8-10 a.m.)
Thursday, April 20 (8-10 a.m.)
Friday, April 28 (8-10 a.m.)
Each walk is $20 per person.
Directions included in your confirmation receipt.
Photos by Gerry Beetham (top left landscape & damselfly), Sue Swartzlander (immature bald eagle), and Halley Steinmetz (forest landscape, mushroom, & lichen).