Fieldtrippers: Living Fossils at Beacon Hill Park
April 4, 2020 | Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
https://royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/visit/events/calendar/event/108913/fieldtrippers-walking-victorias-great-war | 675 Belleville Street Victoria
By donation Suggested $5 per person Ages 10 and up
Trees like dawn redwoods, sequoias, gingkos and magnolias were common during the age of dinosaurs, but are relatively rare today..
Trees like dawn redwoods, sequoias, gingkos and magnolias were common during the age of dinosaurs, but are relatively rare today. Join curator of palaeontology Dr. Victoria Arbour and curator of botany Dr. Ken Marr for a walk back in time. We’ll look at some fossil samples from the museum collection and talk about how palaeontologists use fossil plants to learn about ancient climates. Wear suitable footwear and be prepared for rain. No dogs, please.
Schedule Info: Meet at the Beacon Hill Petting Zoo entrance