Phenology and Climate Change

Tuesday, October 18, 2022 at 5 PM

Winona Public Library
Bell Art Room

Phenology is the study of the timing of recurring biological events (i.e. animal migrations, bloom times, breeding times, etc.). Scientists all over the world use phenology to study the effects of climate change, but they need your help! Join Nora from Happy Dancing Turtle to learn a brief history of phenology, examples of what we can learn from it, and how you can get involved by collecting data through a variety of citizen science programs. You'll have an opportunity to try apps for various programs, so bring a smartphone or tablet if you have one.

For information on various events happening in conjunction with the book, see the Driftless Regional Read Website.

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