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All 2018 Mono Lake Field Seminars posted online

January 16th, 2018 by Elin, Communications Coordinator
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The complete list of all the Mono Lake Committee’s 2018 Field Seminars is now available online hereRegistration opens at 9:00am on Thursday, February 1.

Summer and fall are wonderful seasons for exploring the Mono Basin on a Field Seminar. Photo courtesy of Andrew Aldrich.

This year’s slate of 40 Field Seminars includes one-day, half-day, and multi-day options, and spans many topics: astrophotography, botany, mining history, butterflies, oil painting, basketry, woodpeckers, geology, fire ecology, and more.

We have brought back several popular workshops: The Art of Wildflower Macrophotography, the South Shore Kayak day, hiking in search of Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep, and Arborglyphs & Aspen Natural History.

Lead Naturalist Guide Nora Livingston (center) will be leading 22 Field Seminars this year. Photo by Antonia Chihuahua.

Mono Lake Committee Lead Naturalist Guide Nora Livingston will be leading 22 Field Seminars this year. She’s teaching seven different birding seminars, including the popular Birding Between the Breweries on two occasions, Birding the White Mountains, and a shorebird migration seminar. Nora’s natural history, wildflower, and fall color seminars are timed to make the most of the Mono Basin’s changing seasons. Other popular expert instructors include Nancy Hadlock, Greg Stock, Ann Howald, John Wehausen, Penny Otwell, Richard Potashin, Lucy Parker, and many more of your favorite folks.

Learn about fire ecology in the Eastern Sierra with USFS research scientist Malcolm North, September 15–16, 2018. Photo by Nora Livingston.

If you have any questions, you can check the list of frequently asked questionsemail the Field Seminar team, or call (760) 647-6595. We hope to see you at Mono Lake for a Field Seminar this year!