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The Fells Naturalists & Sketchers Circle
The series teaches how to create, illustrate and maintain a Naturalist & Field journal. This includes practicing sketching, nature illustration skills and recording field observations. The circle runs twice a month, and in the winter we sketch & hike to avoid getting cold while sketching. Over the year, we explore a few sites of the Fells, and cover forest ecology, phenology, birds, mammals and the many critters that make the different habitats of the Fells. ⚠️ We favor event quality over attendance quantity, so this is a limited size participants event. To reserve your spot, don't forget to register! And if after registering you can't make it, it's totally fine, but then please tell us so that we can give your ticket to people on the waiting list. Thanks!  Age: Teens (14+) | Adults | Seniors. ⓘ Instructions Weather: Event will happen on cloudy and sunny days. We email you if a sketching circle is canceled due to inclement weather (or when the temperatures are too low in the winter). What to Wear: Be prepared to hike a little to get to our study area. The Fells are a little piece of wildlife in our city and a beautiful forest. So... Make sure to wear long pants, and preferably long shirts (and avoid ticks, bites & scratches), and good sturdy shoes. Dress warmly! What to Bring: Please bring your own water and snacks. This event is about Nature so that we protect it better. Then 'naturally', we won't provide single-usage bottles of water or anything plastic-wrapped snack. A camera, magnifying glass, and binoculars if possible. Your art supplies (remember that we hike, so light and portable are key!) » Check our EwA Naturalist Daybag description. There are no restrooms in the area where we will be observing & sketching.   This series is part of the 'EwA at the Fells' program –a collaboration between Earthwise Aware and The Friends of the Fells. Learn more about this program » https://www.earthwiseaware.org/ewa-at-the-fells/ For any question, you can contact us at learning@earthwiseaware.org $ Free with a value: The value of this free session is $50 a person. The reason why we do it for free here at the Fells is to benefit Nature directly with having us all together connecting with 'It' — here through the exploration of an incredible, unique and diverse urban forest ecosystem. Donations are welcome though! #nature #ecology #phenology #biodiversity #natureJournaling #natureSketching Thanks!

When: Jan 16, 2019 1pm in Winchester, MA

Fells’ Biobliss » Biodiversity & Citizen Science

When: Jan 20, 2019 10am in Winchester, MA

The Fells Naturalists & Sketchers Circle

The series teaches how to create, illustrate and maintain a Naturalist & Field journal. This includes practicing sketching, nature illustration skills and recording field observations. The circle runs twice a month, and in the winter we sketch & hike to avoid getting cold while sketching. Over the year, we explore a few sites of the Fells, and cover forest ecology, phenology, birds, mammals and the many critters that make the different habitats of the Fells. ⚠️ We favor event quality over attendance quantity, so this is a limited size participants event. To reserve your spot, don't forget to register! And if after registering you can't make it, it's totally fine, but then please tell us so that we can give your ticket to people on the waiting list. Thanks!  Age: Teens (14+) | Adults | Seniors. ⓘ Instructions Weather: Event will happen on cloudy and sunny days. We email you if a sketching circle is canceled due to inclement weather (or when the temperatures are too low in the winter). What to Wear: Be prepared to hike a little to get to our study area. The Fells are a little piece of wildlife in our city and a beautiful forest. So... Make sure to wear long pants, and preferably long shirts (and avoid ticks, bites & scratches), and good sturdy shoes. Dress warmly! What to Bring: Please bring your own water and snacks. This event is about Nature so that we protect it better. Then 'naturally', we won't provide single-usage bottles of water or anything plastic-wrapped snack. A camera, magnifying glass, and binoculars if possible. Your art supplies (remember that we hike, so light and portable are key!) » Check our EwA Naturalist Daybag description. There are no restrooms in the area where we will be observing & sketching.   This series is part of the 'EwA at the Fells' program –a collaboration between Earthwise Aware and The Friends of the Fells. Learn more about this program » https://www.earthwiseaware.org/ewa-at-the-fells/ For any question, you can contact us at learning@earthwiseaware.org $ Free with a value: The value of this free session is $50 a person. The reason why we do it for free here at the Fells is to benefit Nature directly with having us all together connecting with 'It' — here through the exploration of an incredible, unique and diverse urban forest ecosystem. Donations are welcome though! #nature #ecology #phenology #biodiversity #natureJournaling #natureSketching Thanks!

When: Jan 20, 2019 2pm in Winchester, MA

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About Winchester, MA
Winchester Massachusetts is a thriving residential community that is noted for its fine public school system along with its beautiful homes and easy access to Boston.

The late 1800's saw the development of Winchester as an affluent suburban community. Wealthy businessmen moved out of Boston to "the country" and built large and opulent homes. The town's character is still reflected in these beautiful houses built just before and after the turn of the century.

The village atmosphere remains and is fueled by the unusual civic spirit of Winchester's residents. The citizens of the town take an intensive interest in the management of its affairs and in its continued improvement and beautification.