August 13, 2020: The Natural History Society of Maryland: What “Shell” We Learn Tonight? – A Sea Shell Q&A
Date: August 13, 2020
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
In the next Ask and Expert Q&A, NHSM’s invertebrate curator and BCCC instructor, Fred Paraskevoudakis, will discuss how sea shells are made and why, what sea shells are most common in the Mid-Atlantic, and what role sea shells play in our environment. Dust off those shells you may have lying about, or that you just collected at a safe social distance – of course – for some impromptu shell ID and more.
The suggested donation for this event is $5. NHSM understands that the pandemic has adversely impacted many. It shouldn’t impact access to education.
To register, follow this link: https://www.marylandnature.org/get-involved/events/event/what-shell-we-learn-tonight-a-sea-shell-qa/
Please note that this is a 2-Step Registration Process. Once registered, a confirmation email will contain a link to register via Zoom. We apologize for the inconvenience, but this is an added layer of security.