Fletcher Canyon Retreat - Journaling Pollinators - July 21 - Red Rock Audubon

Join Morrigan DeVito on Mt. Charleston for 3 days of birding and other activities. Come for a day or stay for up to 3 days.

Event Type: Educational Event
Open to Non-members: Yes
Members Price: $0
Non-members Price: $0
Start Time: 07/21/2024 12:00 PM
End Time: 07/21/2024 02:30 PM

Location: Fletcher Canyon Trailhead

    Mount Charleston NV, 89124

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This is part of a longer multi-day retreat in the Spring Mountains. You are welcome to come for one event or stay on the mountain for multiple days. If you decide to stay overnight, you are responsible for securing your own camping site and bringing your own gear, food, and water. Activities are scheduled for the mornings and afternoons, with downtime in between to explore on your own or with other retreatants. Reach out to the retreat leader, Morrigan DeVito, with any questions at morrigan.devito@redrockaudubon.com. She will be in touch with you no later than July 17 to confirm whether or not you are staying overnight. If you are staying, she will provide you with more details on how to prepare and connect you with other overnight participants. She will be staying at a campsite on the mountain.

Nature Journaling Workshop at Fletcher Canyon - Sketching Pollinators and Flowers

Time 12:00 - 2:30  Fletcher Canyon Trailhead

Nature journaling is the art of recording our observations, questions, and reflections about an organism in the moment. In this workshop, you will learn about what nature journaling is and about the pollinators of the Spring Mountains, as well as learn some tips on how to sketch them in the field. You will be given time to explore at your own pace and create your own nature journal entry.No previous drawing experience is required for this workshop! 
If you’d like to sit during the workshop, bring your own camp chair. It is recommended that you bring your own supplies, but paper, clipboards, pens, and colored pencils will be provided.  Sturdy boots, sun protection, and at least 2 liters of water are recommended, along with any additional hiking gear and snacks you may need. 


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