The Natural Science Section is an activity section of the Angeles Chapter of the Sierra Club which offers hikes, walks, and workshops dedicated to the understanding of the natural sciences—botany, birds, geology and ecology.
See our upcoming outings at bottom of page.
Chair: Ginny Heringer
Vice Chair: Gabi McLean
Treasurer: Judy Anderson
Secretary: Cliff McLean
Membership: Sharon Moore
Outings: Keith Martin
LTC Liason: Sherry Ross
Newsletter Editor: Ginny Heringer
Newsletter Production/Webmaster: Carole Scurlock
Nature Knowledge Workshop 2015
To register for this year's Workshop and for more information see Flyer.
Enjoy a weekend of nature discovery in the San Bernardino Mountains. From our streamside camp accommodations, we’ll explore our natural surroundings on easy guided walks or moderate hikes led by our professional naturalists. They will also share their expertise in a variety of natural history topics such as reptile, bird, plant, mammal, insect, Native American, and earth science studies through hands on and special interest workshops. The Natural Science Section has sponsored this annual weekend workshop for 43 years.
Location: A streamside camp in the San Bernardino Mountains near Barton Flats
Dates: Friday evening, June 12, 2015 through Sunday afternoon June 14, 2015
Cost: $165 for SC members, $185 for non-members
• Two nights lodging in dormitory cabins (6-8 people per cabin; bring your own sleeping bag). Tent or car camping is also available (bring your own tent).
• The camp staff serves six hearty meals (Friday dinner to Sunday lunch).
• Workshops and instruction on insects, birds, geology, botany, ethnobotany, ecology, and mammals.
• Three guided nature walks in a variety of habitats at the camp.
• LTC credit available for Sierra Club Leaders.