Kids Can Become Nature Navigators in NHM Program

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Do you know someone age 10, 11 or 12 who is interested in nature and science?  They could have a unique opportunity to become one of the Natural History Museum’s “Nature Navigators” and develop their interest in becoming a natural scientist.

Only 15 children are chosen for this very special citizen science program meeting once a month at the Exposition Park museum.  Sessions are scheduled on Saturdays from 10 am -12 pm beginning January 18 and continuing February 15, March 15, April 19, May 10 (at Page Museum) and June 14.  Children (who can be dropped off by parents) will help contribute live findings to assist real scientists examining the biodiversity of L.A.

For info, call the Natural History Museum at  (213) 763-3499.  Or register online with the Nature Navigators Program.



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About Renee Montgomery

Renee Montgomery began researching historic men's waistcoats at LACMA in 1979 as an intern, and is still at the museum as an Assistant Director in administration. She's written for various local media and museum publications, focusing on 'small town pockets' in urban L.A. She resides in Lafayette Square and has one daughter, a professional ballet dancer. Having never lost her zeal for her 'aggie' San Gabriel Valley/Riverside upbringing, Renee currently sells citrus and homegrown produce to support dog rescue efforts.

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