Nature Journaling is far more than knowing how to sketch. It’s about reconnecting to nature, observing what lies around us, and deepening our relationship to the natural world through curiosity and wonder.
Join virtually as we partner with Spark in Nature’s Melinda Nakagawa. She will lead us on a journey to opening our eyes to nature around us, while building our own nature journal with museum specimens!
All levels of experience are welcome. Just bring a sketchbook/paper, a pencil, and your curiosity! Optional: your favorite color media, colored pencils or watercolor.
Week 1: Native Plants
Week 2: Monarchs
Week 3: Birds
Week 4: Small mammals
Week 5: Reptiles
Week 6: Marine life
JOIN HERE: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85776008794?pwd=bkQwUS9sRkQ3ZWZsMjlVRUYzanNQdz09
This event series is free and open to all, with suggested donations to support PGMNH and Spark in Nature, in our shared mission to inspire discovery, wonder, and stewardship of our natural world.
Donate to PGMNH here: https://45970.blackbaudhosting.com/45970/Online-Giving
Donate to Spark in Nature here: http://sparkinnature.com/donate/
Melinda Nakagawa is a local biologist, naturalist, and educator with a passion for connecting people to nature. A natural teacher with a warm approach, she guides nature journaling students to see more in nature, draw what they see, and spark their curiosity and wonder.
Melinda teaches virtual nature journaling classes for all levels and leads the Monterey Bay Nature Journal Club weekly free virtual meetings on Sunday mornings. See SparkinNature.com/mbnjc for more info.