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Week 1 of the Young Naturalists Club

Finding cool things in nature, noticing details, wondering — these are some of the most important skills for becoming a neighborhood naturalist! This week, we are going to practice making observations in a few different ways.

Juni shared this unusual horsetail plant in “Signs of Spring.”

Finding cool things in nature, noticing details, wondering — these are some of the most important skills for becoming a neighborhood naturalist! 

This week, we are going to practice making observations. We’ll need to use all 5 of our senses to notice as much as possible! We’ll even send some of our observations to scientists to add to their data. 

Here’s what to expect:
Monday: Signs of Spring
Wednesday: Observing with iNaturalist
Friday: Week 1 Round-Up (plus dandelions!)

Head on to one of those activities to get started!

By Darcy Higgins

Environmental Education Program Manager, Rural Action

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