High-Tech Zoology: Watching the World with Animals' Eyes - Sold Out


Saturday, April 2, 2016, 10:00am to 12:00pm


Harvard Museum of Natural History, 26 Oxford Street

Presented in collaboration with Dr. Francesca Cagnacci, Sarah and Daniel Hrdy Visiting Fellow in Conservation Biology, Harvard University

Be a ‘modern’ wildlife biologist for one day! Learn real techniques used to study wildlife ecology from researchers in the field.  Venture outside and look for tracks and other clues that animals leave behind. Use state-of-the-art technologies to observe wildlife from the animal's point of view and make a map of animal movements. Discover the unusual and funny behaviors of woodland critters that you would not see in documentaries!  All activities are designed to be a fun and interactive experience for families with children aged 8-13 to learn together.

Fees:  $10 members/$20 nonmembers, per person includes admission to the museum.  Participants are encouraged to come early or stay late and explore the museum before or after class. These programs are not appropriate for children under 8 years of age. 

This program is full. Please email Reservations to be added to the wait list.


See also: Family Programs