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Winter Nature Challenge 2021-A Guide to Your Very Own River Adventure

March 3 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Winter Nature Challenge 2021

March 3 @ 7:00 PM (via Zoom Webinar)
This year, in place of the WaterWatch Lecture Series, we are presenting Winter Nature Challenge 2021!

Stay active and engaged with nature this winter! Join the North and South Rivers Watershed Association, South Shore Natural Science Center, and Mass Audubon for the 2021 Winter Nature Challenge!

Join the virtual talk and discover something new. From owl watching, to winter beachcombing, the range of topics will be diverse, fun, and interesting! Take your new knowledge a step further by joining in a guided outdoor event ($) and by completing the weekly challenge.

REGISTER HERE to receive links to virtual presentations, challenges, and optional outdoor events!

March 3 – A Guide to Your Very Own River Adventure
with South Shore River Guides NSRWA’s Brian Taylor and Mass Audubon’s Doug Lowry

Looking to go for a river paddle this year, but not sure where to start? Paddling on the North or South Rivers can be one of the most rewarding outdoor experiences the South Shore has to offer, but the tides and moving water can make the thought of planning a trip seem daunting. This talk will give you the knowledge and resources to feel comfortable and plan a successful trip. Join local guides and River Rats Doug Lowry with Mass Audubon and Brian Taylor with the NSRWA as we provide the know-how’s and how-to’s of planning and embarking on a river adventure of your own! Timing of the tides, put-in and take-out locations, gear, things to think about, how to plan, hazards, points of interest, local history, and common flora and fauna will all be included in this week’s Winter Nature Talk. Virtual talk will also include a special Q and A session with the guides.


March 3
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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