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dawsonartalberta 24 Dec 18
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Jill Ongley 25 Aug 19
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Halyse Geisel 4 Mar 18
It was a beautiful day for photos and filming! @…
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Maurie Kirschner 20 Mar 16
Camas surrounded by Poison Oak, the last day of winter, Mt Pisgah Arboretum, Oregon
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Jill Ongley Jul 29
the goldfinches are working their way through my zinnias. They love the seeds even though they have to pull all the petals off to get to them. Fun to watch!
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Jill Ongley 24 Aug 19
having a "buzzy" Saturday... at Hampton Lake Estates @ Portage, Michigan
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Jill Ongley 19 Mar 19
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Unfiltered Lifestyle 25 Mar 19
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Storey Publishing 21 Dec 17
"A naturalist is one who still has the habit of trying to see the connections of how the world works. We all want to be associated with something greater and more beautiful than ourselves, and nature is the ultimate." — Bernd Heinrich
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Bay Nature magazine Aug 28
Try tracking a single flower closely over time, recording the changes you notice in a notebook. 🌷 What new things can you learn about a particular species through consistent close observation? by John Muir Laws:
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naturalistsnotebook 5 Aug 13
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Bay Nature magazine Apr 14
These days, most people are watching from windows or backyards. Have you seen any of the 3 subspecies of chestnut-backed chickadees? by in Bay Nature, Spring 2020:
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Bay Nature magazine 12 Aug 19
The crepitating , found in the Western U.S., makes a subtle clicking sound using its wings. The genus, Platypedia, lacks the sound-producing organs of most noisy cicadas. 🦗🎶
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Bay Nature magazine 30 Jan 19
In winter, of a different feather flock together to find food and avoid predators. Can you identify them all?
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Bay Nature magazine 30 Jan 19
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NC Sea Grant Mar 6
Next time you scour the coast for treasures, add sea beans like these to your beach bucket list
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Bowdoin College 4 Dec 17
Who is the true forest heavyweight? You might be surprised, but learn the answer in the newest chapter of Nature Moments with Nathaniel T. Wheelwright!
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Bowdoin College 10 Dec 17
Watch the newest chapter of Nature Moments with Nathaniel T. Wheelwright. He regularly does videos looking closely at nature. This one is about the elegancy of moss. #
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Jill Ongley Oct 3
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