Please join us at Riveredge Nature Center for this month’s Science for Everyone lecture.
May 17, 2017 – 7:00 PM
Gerlinde Höbel, UW-Milwaukee’s Department of Biological Sciences
Abstract: How do frogs communicate? What are they saying to each other? What can we learn about the natural world by studying frog communication? Dr. Hobel will answer these exciting questions and let you experience the sights and sounds of frogs from Wisconsin and across the globe.
Host: Riveredge Nature Center, 4458 County Hwy Y, Saukville, WI
Future Dates – Programs – Locations
- June 20 – Natural Landscaping in the City – Lac Lawrann
- July 18 – Wisconsin’s Summer Night Sky – Riveredge Nature Center
- August 15 – Citizen Scientists Hit the Road to Stop to Spread of Invasive Species – Lac Lawrann
- September 5 – Mississippi Kite from Hoo’s Woods Raptor Center
Science for Everyone is a lecture series to engage, educate and increase public awareness regarding a wide variety of science, history and environment related topics. The programs are for the curious of high school age and older. The presenters give lectures that will both educate and entertain. Science for Everyone will be held the 3rd Tuesday of every month with Ridgedge hosting the odd months and Lac Lawrann hosting the even months. This program is a partnership between Lac Lawrann Conservancy, Riveredge Nature Center and the UWM Field Station.Fee: FREE ($5 donation suggested) No registration required.