Northern Neck Master Naturalists
Trained & Certified Virgina Master Naturalists
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Events

Northern Neck Master naturalists

Photo by Patricia McMurray

Mar
14
8:30 AM08:30

Capture and Curation Methods for Studying Terrestrial Vertebrates and Invertebrates: Discovering How Important Scientific Specimens Can Be!

The Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve in Virginia, along with the Virginia Museum of Natural History, is pleased to offer the following one-day workshop:

Capture and Curation Methods for Studying Terrestrial Vertebrates and Invertebrates: Discovering How Important Scientific Specimens Can Be!

WHAT and WHO: This day-long workshop will provide details about how terrestrial vertebrates and invertebrates are captured for scientific study and how they are prepared and curated as museum specimens for long-term preservation. 

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Lancaster Community Library's Sundays at 2: Bud Ward presents "Our Weather, Our Climate: Their Future"
Feb
18
2:00 PM14:00

Lancaster Community Library's Sundays at 2: Bud Ward presents "Our Weather, Our Climate: Their Future"

This Sunday, February 18th, at 2 pm at the Lancaster Community Library, there will be a presentation on Climate Change/Global Warming in Virginia and the Northern Neck.  This is part of the Lancaster Community Library’s “Sundays at Two” Series.

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Continuing Education Workshop for Taking better Digital Pictures
Feb
13
1:30 PM13:30

Continuing Education Workshop for Taking better Digital Pictures

British Soldier Lichen (Cladonia cristatella) at Westminster Canterbury Irvington by Kyle Langford

Continuing Education Workshop for taking better digital pictures and entering the pictures into iNaturalist and eBird.

The workshop will be held in the Dance Room, at the A.T. Johnson Building in Montross, VA from 1:30 to 3:30PM.

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General Membership Meeting
Jan
9
1:00 PM13:00

General Membership Meeting

General Membership Meeting followed by a presentation on “The New Flora of Virginia App: How to Use It.” This will be hands-on session to learn to use the exciting and comprehensive Flora of Virginia App.  Recommend that those that have the App bring their smart phones and cell phones.  Those without the App can receive help in downloading and installing the App as well as its uses as a field guide when you are out in the Forest, in a meadow, or roaming a Natural Area Preserve.  Kyle Langford and Jeff Wright will lead the session and help out with computers and Information Technology e.g. Computers, Pads, Smart Phones, etc.  The session is based on the Oct 2017 VMN webinar on the Flora of Virginia App.

This meeting will take place at the Lancaster Community Library, 16 Towne Centre Dr., Kilmarnock, VA. (upstairs meeting room).

 

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