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July 20, 2011 / Dr. Toad

Events today — July 20, 2011

Tonight at 7pm, David Moskowitz — a professional wildlife tracker, author, photographer and outdoor educator — talks about the adventure of wildlife tracking at the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge. Free. 100 attendees max, first come first served. The entrance fee is waived for attendees.

Also at 7pm, Dr. Elhanan Borenstein — professor of genome sciences at the UW — gives a public lecture about your inner microbial zoo in the Foege Building on UW campus, Seattle (map). Free. Refreshments to follow.

And to round off the night, at 9pm there is an open house at the Jacobsen Observatory with a kid-friendly talk about the planetary science of Mars and all kinds of telescopes to look through (although it may be difficult to see anything with the cloud cover). Free.

Details and more events on the calendar.

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