ADV - Hibernation by the Numbers
West St. Paul, MN 55118
The term hibernation is used regularly, but also often incorrectly when discussing the natural world. As naturalists it is often hard to present an accurate picture of hibernation, even with an accurate definition. By looking at numbers such as body weight, heart rate, and body temperature of various Minnesota mammals, we are able to gain a better understanding what hibernation is and the diversity of forms that it takes. Join Naturalist Mick Garrett at Dodge Nature Center's Olivia Irvine Dodge Library and History Center for an in-depth analysis of hibernation.
The course cost is $20 and includes course manuals and supplies.
Meeting from 10:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. on:
- Tuesday, November 21, 2023
Pete Cleary is the Director of Environmental Education at Dodge Nature Center. He has worked in the environmental education field for 23 years at various nature centers and in various capacities such as plowing snow, writing curriculum, teaching programs to diverse audiences, caring for live animals, managing interns and acting as naturalist liaison to the award-winning Garlough Environmental Magnet School. Having taught thousands of people in the outdoors, he still looks forward to the opportunity to get outside and explore the natural world.
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