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Eagle Hill Institute
The Humboldt Field Research Institute offers professional-level natural history science seminars and learning opportunities addressing all aspects of natural history. The Institute publishes three journals about natural history and the environment — the Northeastern Naturalist, the Southeastern Naturalist, and the Journal of the North Atlantic.

    Drawing and Painting Birds in Watercolor and Colored Pencil

    May 28 – June 3, 2017

    Scientific illustrator Dorie Petrochko will lead a one-week class dedicated to drawing and painting birds. Students will study avian anatomy using taxidermy mounts and skins. They will also learn how to sketch birds in the field and through live video cams. For more information, download the color flier.

    Nature Journaling: Pen and Ink and Color Pencil Techniques

    July 9-15, 2017

    Sketch the beautiful Maine coast during this one-week summer session taught by illustrator Dolores R. Santoliquido. Students will learn how to capture the personality and details of their surroundings using both words and sketches. This workshop is appropriate for all levels of experience. Students will work in the field and in the classroom. For more information, download the color flier.

    For information about costs and lodging, click here.

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