City Nature Challenge 2018 Species Identification Night
FREE ticketed event
We here at the museum really care about biodiversity. That's why we're excited about the 2018 City Nature Challenge. It's a chance to document the biodiversity in our community through crowdsourcing, and we hope you'll participate.
If you do, join us for a Species Identification Night, which will bring together participants in the 2018 City Nature Challenge, experts on identifying biodiversity, and a reference collection of materials from the National Museum of Natural History. We will use the collections and expertise of museum staff and the crowd to make a surge in identifying species on the last day of the CNC 2018. This will be an opportunity to share your observations, meet other participants, and get those unknown species identified.
Bring a laptop or mobile device to show your unidentified observations to experts.
The National Museum of Natural History is committed to providing inclusive experiences for all audiences. Please contact 202-633-3611 or email NMNHAccessibility@si.edu for access services. To view and print a map with accessible entrances, curb cuts, designated parking, and more for Smithsonian facilities on the National Mall, please download the Accessibility Map here.
The Q?rius Theater contains an induction loop.
Assisted listening devices are also available in the Q?rius Theater.
If you would like to have a sign language interpreter or real-time captioning (CART), you should call (202) 633-3611 or send an e-mail to NMNHAccessibility@si.edu. Please allow time to schedule the request by contacting the Accessbility Office at least 2 weeks prior to the program. We will do our best to accomodate last-minute requests.