What are the Wild Burlington Lectures?
Join naturalist (and founder of Crow’s Path) Teage O’Connor as he takes you on a journey through the unfolding seasons in Vermont’s urban center. Using videos, photos, stories from the field, and scientific research he’ll guide you into the mysteries of the natural world as you learn how plants and animals have adapted to the unique challenges of life in the city, dive into the fascinating and ancient depths of our state’s geologic history, and discover the tools to decode natural history mysteries in your own backyard.
DO I NEED TO REGISTER?
Nope. The lectures are open to the public (with a suggested donation of $5-15). Free to Patreon members. While you don’t need to register, you can let us know that you’re coming here.
WHERE AND WHEN DOES IT MEET?
The Wild Burlington Lectures are a monthly series, scheduled for the second Tuesday of each month, from 7-8pm! Lectures are on the 1st floor of the O.N.E. Community Center. Street parking is available on Allen St. There’s also a parking lot on North St between Murray and Elmwood.
WHO IS THIS FOR?
The program is geared towards adults. All naturalists, novice and expert alike, are welcome! Kids can join as well, but should be accompanied by an adult.
Can’t make it to the lecture or just excited to learn more about the natural history of the northeast? Then sign up for the Wild Burlington newsletter.