NEW Sketching and Nature Journaling by the Wetland
May 23, 2019
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Shaw Nature Reserve > Adlyne Freund Center
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Do you enjoy watching red-winged blackbirds, herons, dragonflies, and viewing bald cypress trees and cattails in a wetland? Do you ever wonder who is living below the water, too? If yes, then join us as we explore the wetland in a fun and interesting way – through sketching and Nature Journaling! Nature Journaling is a fun and easy way to record your discoveries of the outdoors, and compile a documented account of your outdoor memories for a lifetime.
We will begin by exploring or reviewing the basics of five Nature Journaling techniques inside. Next, we will hike to the wetland and use these skills to engage our senses, make observations, and record our discoveries both above and below the water. Microscopes, binoculars, dip nets, and view cases will be available to explore this unique environment! This program offers you the chance to start exploring the wetland at a whole new level!
Both beginners and those that want to broaden their sketching and recording skills are welcome. Artistic skills are not required.


$25 Garden Members

$30 General public