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FBR Series Part 3: EXPLORE! Invertebrates of the FBR Snorkeling Field Trip
May 19 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The N.C. Cooperative Extension, Transylvania County Center and Conserving Carolina are oﬀering a series of lectures, field trips, and service days to better acquaint the public with the French Broad River, considered one of the oldest rivers in the world, and give you ways to explore and act on its behalf.
The series is divided into 5 topics – March – June; each topic will have lecture (LEARN), field trip (EXPLORE), and service day (ACT) components. Lectures will be presented by local experts, authors, and scientists. Field trips will highlight the topics introduced by the speakers, and service days will act upon those topics.
The third part of our series: EXPLORE Invertebrates of the FBR Snorkeling Field Trip!
The upper French Broad River (FBR) flows just outside of National Forest boundaries and is one of the oldest rivers in the world. This river snorkeling adventure oﬀers many opportunities to observe numerous aquatic insects and other invertebrates such as the French Broad Crayfish, and maybe even the legendary and protected Hellbender salamander. Oxbow River Snorkeling will lead this event, there is a fee of $100 per person to participate
Registration is required and space is limited to 12 participants. Please contact Kim Gundler at [email protected] to register or with any questions.