April 30: Outdoor science activities planned for all ages

biology-grad-studentsPULLMAN, Wash. – Bird banding, plant identification and wild yeast collection for home bakers and brewers are some of the activities that will be hosted free to the public at the fourth annual Outdoor Fun Day 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, April 30, at Virgil Phillips Farm, five miles north of Moscow, Idaho, on Highway 95.

Presented by the Biology Graduate Student Association at Washington State University, the event will also include amphibian catch and release, viewing life through microscopes, hiking and nature-themed face painting and crafts.


Sarah Wanamaker, WSU graduate student, sarah.wanamaker@wsu.edu



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