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October 4-6, 2018
October 11-13, 2018
October 14-20, 2018
October 26-28, 2018
November 22-24, 2018
November 16-18, 2018
November 16-18, 2018. Open for registrations
The course of “Natural Dyes, exploring the colors of the Native Forest” will be held for the first time in Katalapi. It is a practical theoretical course where you will learn about native plants and how to dye using them. In this course you will learn about the history of natural dyes, the natural fibers used for dyeing, the implements you need to dye and the dyeing methodology in a theoretical and practical way. You will also learn about the plants used for dyeing in a tour of the forest (see program). In this course you will make a sample of the colors extracted from different plants and a herbarium of dyeing plants. This course will be given by Marianne Meier, Tintorera and Verónica Briceño, plant ecologist. The course lasts 3 days, from November 16-18, 2018. The value of the course is $ 135,000 (Chilean pesos; about US$220) and includes accommodation, meals, and materials. Registration is now open. To register you must download the registration form and send it to Verónica Briceño (email@example.com). The course is in Spanish.
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September 7-9, 2018. Open for registrations
The course of propagation of native plants will be held for the first time in Katalapi. It is a course that combines theory, dynamic sessions, and practices where you will learn to propagate our native flora. In this course you will learn what is the propagation of plants, how to propagate through seeds, how to choose seed trees, and learn the different types of vegetative propagation. You will also learn nursery and plant care techniques (see program). This course will be given by Daniel Harris-Pascal, consultant and designer of edible forests (Seed Head Design and Australian National University) and Bernardo Escobar propagator of native plants and in charge of nurseries (Universidad Austral de Chile). The course lasts 3 days from September 7 to 9, 2018. The value of the course is $ 135,000 (Chilean pesos or about US$210) and includes accommodation, meals, and materials. Registration is now open. To register you must download the registration form and send it to Daniel Harris Pascal (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Katalapi Park 4-6 October 2018. Send your registration form soon
The Bird Bioacoustics course, which will be offered for the second time in Katalapi Park, from 4-6 October 2018, will once again be an entertaining theoretical and practical experience on one of the preferred methodologies for studying the presence and behavior of birds. The speakers of the course will be Heraldo Norambuena and Francisco Rivas of the Universidad de Concepción and ROC, respectively. During the course the vocal communication of the birds will be studied, recordings and interpretations of of bird songs and sonograms will be made. Practical activities include the nocturnal exploration of bird sounds, the use of bioacoustics equipment, analysis of bird songs, a census of nocturnal raptors, and other activities in the Katalapi forest. The course does not have the requirement of previous knowledge of Biology or Acoustics. The previous version was also enjoyed by biologists, musicians, educators and the general public. The course is in Spanish
Those interested should send their registration form to Luis Corcuera at email@example.com. The cost of the course is 135,000 pesos (about US$225). This fee includes food and lodging during the course. This and other information can be found in the material that can be downloaded below. Queries can be made to Luis Corcuera at the email address indicated above.
October 14-20, 2018. The call for applications is open
A new graduate level course will be held in Katalapi Park from October 14-20, 2018. The course program of "Eco-evolutionary dynamics in Biogeography" includes the phylogenetic structure of communities, hybrid and ecological speciation, evolutionary models in biogeography, and ecological dynamics of niches. In addition, there will be student work that will culminate in oral presentations. The lectures will be in charge of the doctors Pablo Guerrero (University of Concepción, Chile), Gastón O Carvallo (P. Catholic University of Valparaíso, Chile), John J. Wiens (University of Arizona, USA), Daniele Silvestro (University of Stirling, UK), Mario Vallejo-Marín (University of Stirling, UK), and Cristián Hernández (University of Concepción). The course will be in English.
Those interested should fill out the application form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org before August 31, 2018. The registration fee covers all lodging and meals expenses during the course. To learn more about the Katalapi Park visit www.parquekatalapi.cl