13Nov

Phenology of Breeding Amphibians

NovemberNov 13 2020 05:00pm - 06:00pm America/New_York

Environmental Education

In this program, we will talk about phenology through the lens of amphibian breeding. The breeding of amphibians is among the most precisely timed natural, annual events here in Ohio and gives us a great way to educate kids about the importance of cycles and climate in nature, using a diverse group of native species. We will discuss biology, conservation, and climate change and go through some program ideas that might make these lofty concepts more tangible for kids.

Presented by: Andrew Hoffman, PhD candidate from the Ohio State University School of Environment and Natural Resources

Best for teaching: Elementary and middle school

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