Diario del proyecto California State University, Stanislaus

20 de abril de 2024

Gall Week April 2024

This week is the Spring/Fall Gall Week event! During April 20-28, please document galls = structures induced by arthropods, fungi, and sometimes bacteria on plants.

To participate, please join the project, document new observations between 4/20-28, and upload them manually to the project. Uploading observations can continue after the event ends.

For more information, please visit the project page:
https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/gall-week-april-2024-event

Publicado el 20 de abril de 2024 por obad-hai obad-hai | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

19 de septiembre de 2023

Bug Bonanza

Bug Bonanza

When and where

Date and time Location Reserve a spot
September 30 · 10:00 am - 2:00 pm PDT Great Valley Museum
2201 Blue Gum Ave, Modesto, CA 95358.

This event is FREE and open to the public.

About this event

Come out and join us for this FREE family-fun event! MJC’s Great Valley Museum will offer an extraordinary, hands-on expedition about the amazing life of bugs with The Beetle Lady, Dr. Stephanie Dole. Discover the many kinds of insects that pollinate and their relationships with plants. We will learn about the crucial importance of honey bees and have an opportunity to gaze at their homestead with Uncle Jer’s hive on display. Meet live bugs in all their life cycle stages, play games, engage in art activities, and see incredible insects from around the world.

We hope to see you there!

Publicado el 19 de septiembre de 2023 por obad-hai obad-hai | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

The Extraordinary Diversity of Beetles

The Extraordinary Diversity of Beetles

When and where

Date and time Location Reserve a spot
September 29 · 7:30pm PDT Sierra Hall, Rm. 132
2201 Blue Gum Ave, Modesto, CA 95358.

This event is FREE and open to the public.

About this event

Beetles make up a large part of the natural world and are being discovered constantly. With over 450,000 recorded species, they contain a myriad of biodiversity and ecological roles. They are fundamental to the nature of life on earth. Dr. Dole is an entomologist specializing in education on the wonderful world of terrestrial arthropods. Through her business, Beetlelady, she hopes to instill a love of bugs to inspire conservation of the natural world. Spend an evening glimpsing the beauty and astonishing diversity of insects and learn about Dr. Dole’s research on tropical bark beetles.

We hope to see you there!

Publicado el 19 de septiembre de 2023 por obad-hai obad-hai | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

22 de agosto de 2023

Stanislaus State Bird Walk

Stanislaus State Bird Walk

An informational tour of birds on the beautiful Stan State campus.

When and where

Date and time Location Reserve a spot
September 7 · 8am - 9am PDT Naraghi Hall of Science: North to the Naraghi Lawn.
One University Circle, Turlock, Ca, 95382.

Register for event

About this event

Please join us for a fun-filled hour of the tour of birds located on the beautiful campus of CSU Stanislaus. All ages are welcome, but seating is limited! Please reserve a spot for this fun science event. Please indicate in the registration form if you need to borrow binoculars and the amount needed. Minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

We hope to see you there!

Publicado el 22 de agosto de 2023 por obad-hai obad-hai | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

24 de mayo de 2023

Wildflower Walk at St. Mary's Pass Trailhead (Hwy 108)

Wildflower Walk at St. Mary's Pass Trailhead (Hwy 108)

Join Tom Hofstra from Columbia College for a high elevation wildflower walk!

When and where

Date and time Location Reserve a spot
Wednesday, August 9 · 9am - 1pm PDT St. Mary's Pass Trailhead
Highway108 Tuolumne County, CA 95364

Register on eventbrite

About this event

Join Tom Hofstra from Columbia College for a high elevation wildflower walk! We will meet at the Summit Ranger Station at 9 am and caravan to St. Mary's Pass Trailhead. It is about a 60-minute drive. Once there, we will walk and look for and identify wildflowers. After this years snow, August will be sure to have a wide variety of beautiful wildflowers for us to enjoy.

About the organizer

Organized by Stanislaus National Forest.

Do you love recreating in the Sierra Nevada mountains? Do you want to learn more about the plants, animals, geology, and history of the region? Now is your chance to join the Forest Service staff of the Stanislaus National Forest to learn about the natural and cultural history of Sierra Nevada mountains.

Our virtual live programs are designed for learners of all ages. The programs will be offered once a month from September - May. The presentations will cover topics from reforestation projects, wildflowers, birds, aquatic life, trees, cultural history, and geology of the region. During the virtual live events you will be able to ask our expert presenters questions!

Please sign up, spread the word, and bring your household members to enjoy these virtual learning experiences . We look forward to seeing you online!

Publicado el 24 de mayo de 2023 por obad-hai obad-hai | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Bird Walk on the West Side Trail

Bird Walk on the West Side Trail

Join Ranger Ashley to look for birds along the West Side Trail.

When and where

Date and time Location Reserve a spot
Saturday, June 24 · 9 - 11am PDT West Side Trailr
West Side Rails: Tuolumne City to North Fork/Tuolumne River Tuolumne, CA 95379

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About this event

Join Ranger Asley to look for birds along the Westside Trail. This is a great place to see hawks, and songbirds foraging in the forest. Bring a pair of binoculars or borrow a pair of ours. We will have identification guides. Wear a hat, bring water, and a snack. Please no dogs for the program. The closest bathroom is the Riverside Day Use area.

Photo Credit: James Bland.

About the organizer

Organized by Stanislaus National Forest.

Do you love recreating in the Sierra Nevada mountains? Do you want to learn more about the plants, animals, geology, and history of the region? Now is your chance to join the Forest Service staff of the Stanislaus National Forest to learn about the natural and cultural history of Sierra Nevada mountains.

Our virtual live programs are designed for learners of all ages. The programs will be offered once a month from September - May. The presentations will cover topics from reforestation projects, wildflowers, birds, aquatic life, trees, cultural history, and geology of the region. During the virtual live events you will be able to ask our expert presenters questions!

Please sign up, spread the word, and bring your household members to enjoy these virtual learning experiences . We look forward to seeing you online!

Publicado el 24 de mayo de 2023 por obad-hai obad-hai | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

22 de mayo de 2023

Tree ID: August 19, 2023

Tree ID

Join a Forest Service Ranger to learn how to identify the trees on the Stanislaus National Forest.

When and where

Date and time Location Reserve a spot
Saturday, August 19 · 10am - 12pm PDT Pinecrest Amphitheater
Pinecrest Lake Rd, Pinecrest, CA 95364

Register on eventbrite

About this event

Join a Forest Service Ranger to learn how to identify the trees on the Stanislaus National Forest. We will look at samples and then take a walk to look at trees.

June program will meet at the Pinecrest Community Hall and then we will head to the Shadow of the Mi-wok Trail to identify trees near Meadowview Campground. Flat but uneven terrain through the campground and towards Shadow of the Mi-wok Trail.

August program will meet at the Pinecrest Amphitheater. ADA Accessible.

Bring water, a hat, and wear sturdy walking shoes. All Ages.

About the organizer

Organized by Stanislaus National Forest.

Do you love recreating in the Sierra Nevada mountains? Do you want to learn more about the plants, animals, geology, and history of the region? Now is your chance to join the Forest Service staff of the Stanislaus National Forest to learn about the natural and cultural history of Sierra Nevada mountains.

Our virtual live programs are designed for learners of all ages. The programs will be offered once a month from September - May. The presentations will cover topics from reforestation projects, wildflowers, birds, aquatic life, trees, cultural history, and geology of the region. During the virtual live events you will be able to ask our expert presenters questions!

Please sign up, spread the word, and bring your household members to enjoy these virtual learning experiences . We look forward to seeing you online!

Publicado el 22 de mayo de 2023 por obad-hai obad-hai | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Tree ID: June 22, 2023

Tree ID

Join a Forest Service Ranger to learn how to identify the trees on the Stanislaus National Forest.

When and where

Date and time Location Reserve a spot
Thursday, June 22 · 10am - 12pm PDT Pinecrest Community Hall
#2 Pinecrest School Road, Pinecrest, CA 95364

Register on eventbrite

About this event

Join a Forest Service Ranger to learn how to identify the trees on the Stanislaus National Forest. We will look at samples and then take a walk to look at trees.

June program will meet at the Pinecrest Community Hall and then we will head to the Shadow of the Mi-wok Trail to identify trees near Meadowview Campground. Flat but uneven terrain through the campground and towards Shadow of the Mi-wok Trail.

August program will meet at the Pinecrest Amphitheater. ADA Accessible.

Bring water, a hat, and wear sturdy walking shoes. All Ages.

About the organizer

Organized by Stanislaus National Forest.

Do you love recreating in the Sierra Nevada mountains? Do you want to learn more about the plants, animals, geology, and history of the region? Now is your chance to join the Forest Service staff of the Stanislaus National Forest to learn about the natural and cultural history of Sierra Nevada mountains.

Our virtual live programs are designed for learners of all ages. The programs will be offered once a month from September - May. The presentations will cover topics from reforestation projects, wildflowers, birds, aquatic life, trees, cultural history, and geology of the region. During the virtual live events you will be able to ask our expert presenters questions!

Please sign up, spread the word, and bring your household members to enjoy these virtual learning experiences . We look forward to seeing you online!

Publicado el 22 de mayo de 2023 por obad-hai obad-hai | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

18 de mayo de 2023

Summer 2023: Roadside Geology of Sonora Pass with Glen White

Summer 2023: Roadside Geology of Sonora Pass with Glen White

Several roadside stops along Hwy 108 offer a glimpse into the geologic history of Sonora Pass. Starting at The Column of the Giants at 9:00

When and where

Date and time Location Reserve a spot
Saturday, June 10 · 9am - 12pm PDT Summit Ranger District - Hwy 108
1 Pinecrest Lake Road, Pinecrest, CA 95361

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About this event

Saturday, June 10

Roadside Geology of Sonora Pass with Glen White

9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Meet at Column of the Giants, End at the Summit Ranger Station

Several roadside stops along Hwy 108 offer a glimpse into the geologic history of Sonora Pass. Starting at The Column of the Giants at 9:00 AM, we'll explore some of the dramatic changes the region has experienced over the past 100 million years. One or two other stops will be made as we work our way down the mountain ending at the Summit Ranger Station at approximately noon. Bring water, a hat, snacks, and wear sturdy shoes. All Ages. Sign up ahead of time. 30 people max.

About the organizer

Organized by Stanislaus National Forest.

Do you love recreating in the Sierra Nevada mountains? Do you want to learn more about the plants, animals, geology, and history of the region? Now is your chance to join the Forest Service staff of the Stanislaus National Forest to learn about the natural and cultural history of Sierra Nevada mountains.

Our virtual live programs are designed for learners of all ages. The programs will be offered once a month from September - May. The presentations will cover topics from reforestation projects, wildflowers, birds, aquatic life, trees, cultural history, and geology of the region. During the virtual live events you will be able to ask our expert presenters questions!

Please sign up, spread the word, and bring your household members to enjoy these virtual learning experiences . We look forward to seeing you online!

Publicado el 18 de mayo de 2023 por obad-hai obad-hai | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

Stanislaus National Forest: Backpacking 101

Stanislaus National Forest: Backpacking 101

Have you thought about going backpacking but are not sure how to go about it? This learning session is for you!

When and where

Date and time Location Reserve a spot
Thursday, June 1 · 6:30 - 7:30pm PDT Online Register on eventbrite

About this event

During this one hour virtual live you will learn how to plan a backpacking trip. We will review what to pack, how to set up camp, how to store your food, what to cook and other tips for ensuring you have a safe, and fun backpacking trip into the Wilderness!

About the organizer

Organized by Stanislaus National Forest.

Do you love recreating in the Sierra Nevada mountains? Do you want to learn more about the plants, animals, geology, and history of the region? Now is your chance to join the Forest Service staff of the Stanislaus National Forest to learn about the natural and cultural history of Sierra Nevada mountains.

Our virtual live programs are designed for learners of all ages. The programs will be offered once a month from September - May. The presentations will cover topics from reforestation projects, wildflowers, birds, aquatic life, trees, cultural history, and geology of the region. During the virtual live events you will be able to ask our expert presenters questions!

Please sign up, spread the word, and bring your household members to enjoy these virtual learning experiences . We look forward to seeing you online!

Publicado el 18 de mayo de 2023 por obad-hai obad-hai | 0 comentarios | Deja un comentario

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