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NOTICING NATURE | 3 MARCH BIRDS

Wait….listen… This is the perfect time of the year to stop & listen to the bird sounds around you. Here are 3 birds to keep an eye out for this March. While the majority of bird species are socially monogamous (have one mate), the red-winged blackbird is highly polygamous (has many mates) and fiercely territorial. […]

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NOTICING NATURE | 3 WINTER TREES

  Identifying trees in the winter without leaves present can be very challenging! You need to use clues from the bark and stems to figure it out. One of the first clues to look for is whether the leaves have an alternate or an opposite arrangement (of course in the winter you are looking at […]

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NOTICING NATURE | 3 TIPS FOR FEBRUARY

    During each month, nature changes, morphs, grows, and evolves all around you. In our Noticing Nature series, we introduce you to 3 things to notice while you and your kids are outside. Here are the three things to notice in nature this February. During the winter, the Wineberry plant looks like a single […]

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