Treading Lightly Lecture Series: The Language of the Wild: Studies in Animal Communication
September 23 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm$5 – $10
From time immemorial, humans have found ways to explore, learn from, and connect with the natural world. We do this in a variety of ways, some of which leave more footprints than others. This year, our lecture series explores how we can study and observe the natural world while doing our best to minimize our impact. Join us as biologists, philosophers, conservationists, and more share their work and their views on how to learn from nature while treading lightly.
Our fourth speaker is Cedar Mathers-Winn. Cedar is a biologist, musician, and sound recordist. Having studied both music and animal communication, he brings a broadly-trained ear to his work deciphering just what our local, vocal animals are saying.
Join us for Cedar’s lecture, The Language of the Wild: Studies in Animal Communication.
Check out our full list of speakers and topics here.
Cost per lecture: $10; $5 MNHC members; FREE for high school and college students. Tickets will be available August 1. Purchase tickets here.
Thank you to our Title Sponsor, the Good Food Store, and to the Dram Shop for sponsoring our lecture series!