Harlo Hadow, director of the Coe College Wilderness Field Station, will give a slideshow about summer courses at the field station Wednesday (Feb. 20) at 7 p.m. in Science Center room 349. All interested students are invited—come enjoy an hour of summer sunshine via pictures of the Boundary Waters area!
The field station offers four-and-a-half-week summer courses in ornithology, animal behavior, boreal mammalogy, advanced mammalian ecology, nature writing, environmental law, and comparative environmental politics. Beloit College’s Pablo Toral will be teaching the politics course.
The field station is located adjacent to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Courses integrate lecture and laboratory investigation with field exploration conducted during canoe outings, and numerous Beloit students have attended field station courses through years.
You can learn more about the wilderness station here