Dear Coastal Master Naturalists,
The end of the year is coming up fast and many of us have not had the opportunity to collect our eight hours of Advanced Training. Here is a fun, simple and local way of doing just that with our own Keith McCullough, Kristina Wheeler and/or Chet Morse leading the way.
Following are three opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors, learn some fascinating information about our local flora and fauna, network with other Master Naturalists or would be MNs and perhaps gather at a nearby café for lunch or cup of hot tea to warm ourselves after several hours on the beach, in the maritime forests or on the rice fields at Caw Caw.
To register please click this to go to the CCPRC programs or call 843-795-4386. The course numbers are listed with each description simplifying your search.
JAMES ISLAND BIRD WALK Course # 47263
November 10, 2016 8:30-10:30 am
James Island County Park offers diverse birding habitats. Explore and count songbirds, birds of prey, wading birds and others with one of our Master Naturalist instructors. This walk will count towards two hours of advanced training.
LIGHTHOUSE INLET HERITAGE PRESERVE Course # 47103
November 11, 2016 8:30-10:30
Explore the wonderfully diverse areas of Folly Beach, marshland and maritime forest habitats. Shore birds, sea birds and much more will be identified and counted under the able leadership of one of our Master Naturalist instructors. This walk will count for two hours of advanced training.
CANOEING at CAWCAW: Habitat to Heritage Course #47202
November 19, 2016 9:00-12:00pm
Explore the history of rice while you travel back through time. Historians and naturalists will point out evidence of rice culture and the incredible diversity of wildlife found here today. This fun trip on the water will earn three hours of advanced training. This trip is near full capacity and won’t have spots for long.
CMNA Chair of the Advanced Training Committee