Join St. Paul Natural Resources, Capitol Region Watershed District, The Minnesota Dragonfly Society and Urban Roots to help survey wildlife found in ponds and the air on June 19, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Trout Brook Nature Sanctuary, 1200 Jackson St.
St. Paul is home to many living things working together to survive. What can wildlife tell us about the state of our city? Staff and volunteers will be available to help identify and teach about what’s been caught. Nets and other survey equipment provided. Bring a smart device to become a community scientist and document finds on iNaturalist. For more information, go to www.bit.ly/bonanza2019.
This is a free event open to all families in the community.