Learn about the Fairfax Master Naturalist citizen science project, CaterpillarsCount! (Service code C254 if you’re an FMNer), including the results from last year and plans to continue the project this year.
FMN efforts are part of a larger study to determine whether seasonal activity of plants, insects, and birds are all responding synchronously to climate change.
CaterpillarsCount! is part of a National Science Foundation-funded study with University of North Carolina, Georgetown University, and University of Connecticut as lead universities. Additional volunteers are needed to continue to collect data this year during spring and summer.
Guest presenters: Elise Larsen, PhD, Georgetown University and Don Coram, PhD, Fairfax Master Naturalist.
Location: Walker Nature Center, Reston, VA.
Date and time: April 23, 7:00 – 8:00 pm.
The presentation counts toward FMN continuing education credits