ADV - Local Spiders and the Webs of Late Summer
Duluth, MN 55803
Come explore the world of spiders. This overnight hands on program will introduce you to the local spiders of the area. Your guide on this adventure will be the one and only Larry Weber. Program will be held at the Boulder Lake ELC and free tent camping on site will be provided along with a ELC sponsored dinner on 8/30 and light breakfast 8/31.
To clarify we only have space for tent camping. No campers, trailers, RV's.
Includes: Tent camping onsite, Dinner, Breakfast
2:00pm: Tent camping participants can arrive to set up tents
3:30pm: Introductions and spider hike
5:30pm: ELC sponsored dinner
7:00pm: Classroom presentation
8:30pm: Night webwalk
6:00am: ELC sponsored light breakfast
7:00am: Dew webwalk
9:00am: Debrief and light snack
10:00am: Program complete
When you click "Take course" you'll be directed to a Google Form. Once you submit the information on the form, staff at Boulder Lake will contact you with a link to the payment site.
Bio: Larry Weber retired from teaching 40 years; much outdoors. He has become an instructor with Minnesota Master Naturalist, Road Scholar and frequent speaker at state parks. He is an author of about a dozen books on nature including; Spiders of the North Woods and Web Watching. He writes a weekly nature column for the Duluth News Tribune and has two weekly radio programs. He lives on a forested former farm in Carlton County where he watches critters and the seasons.
The course cost is $30 and includes course manuals and supplies.
Meeting from 3:00 P.M. to 10:00 A.M. on:
- Tuesday, August 30, 2022
- Wednesday, August 31, 2022
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