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Science For Everyone – Frog Communication
May 16, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
How do frogs communicate? What are they saying to each other? What can we learn about the natural world by studying frog communication? Gerlinde Höbel, from UW-Milwaukee’s Department of Biological Sciences, will answer these exciting questions and let you experience the sights and sounds of frogs from Wisconsin and across the globe!
Science for Everyone is a monthly lecture series sponsored by Riveredge and the Friends of LacLawrann Conservancy and the UWM Field Station. The series covers a wide range of topics including natural history, science, public policy and the environment. The programs are for the curious of any age and are open to the public. The lectures will both educate and entertain.
Fee: Free ($5 Donation Appreciated)