Thinking Like A Naturalist

Feb 25, 2014

John Muir Laws, in the field

Part of the fun of being outdoors here in the North Bay is recognizing the birds, wildlife and flora that surround us. A trained naturalist will know more of the names and patterns all those things, but that’s not the only thing that separates him or her from us more casual observers. A program in Sonoma tomorrow night offers insights into those differences, and Bruce Robinson talks with the presenter for that event.

Naturalist John Muir Laws' presentation on “How to Think Like A Naturalist” happens Wednesday evening, Feb. 26, at 7 pm in the Veterans Building in Sonoma. Find further details here.