SP20 Natural History Interpretation

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Thursday February 6

1:00 PM  –  4:30 PM

Natural History Interpretation

Instructor: Brad Daniel

Thursdays, February 6, 13,*27, March 5, 1 to 4:30 p.m.

(*Note: Class does not meet the week of February 20.)

$88 Member | $108 Non-member

Limit: 12 students

BRN Core Requirement


This course will introduce the basic principles of interpreting the natural world to inspire curiosity in our natural and cultural heritage. Learn how to create nature education talks or walks that are purposeful, enjoyable, informative and organized. Students will be given an opportunity to develop their own programs and practice their presentation and communication skills.

Brad Daniel has been a college professor, wilderness trip leader and field instructor for over 34 years using outdoor experiences to engage the heart, challenge the mind, and nurture the spirit. He is a Certified N.C. Environmental Educator and Certified Interpretive Guide. He holds master’s degrees in biology/ecology and outdoor teacher education, and a Ph.D. in environmental studies. He is executive director of 2nd Nature TREC. 2ndnaturetrec.com


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