LINCOLN – Learn about the science behind common sights in nature through a virtual webinar series hosted by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission this summer.

This series, “The Science of …,” will take place at 3 p.m. Thursdays Central time. Educators will discuss the science behind six common nature and animal topics. This series is perfect for anyone curious about our natural world.

The webinars are free, but each requires a separate registration. A list of the webinars, with registration links, which also can be found on the Game and Parks Facebook page, follows:

— July 16 – The Science of Animal Scat, https://fal.cn/AnimalScat

— July 23 – The Science of Bites and Stings, https://fal.cn/Bites_Stings

— July 30 – The Science of Predators, https://fal.cn/ScienceOfPredators

— Aug. 6 – The Science of Animal Love, https://fal.cn/AnimalLove

— Aug. 13 – The Science of Animal Myths, https://fal.cn/AnimalMyths

Contact monica.macoubrie@nebraska.gov with questions or for more information, or check out the Facebook pages for Game and Parks and Nebraska Project WILD.

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