Use your senses to create the “buy-in” required to develop and strengthen your relationship with natureby Hannah Champeau, Curriculum Coorindator | May 19, 2020 Doesn’t it seem coincidental that seasonal changes this year accompany a change in how … [Read more...] about Use your 5 senses to strengthen your relationship with nature
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If you find a baby bird (or really any animal) the following steps should help you know what to do.by Molly Kelly, Wildlife and Outreach Coordinator | May 13, 2020 I don’t know about you, but between all the uncertainties and spending more time at … [Read more...] about Let that baby bird Fly Away Home
Join Curriculum Coorindator Hannah Champeau as she takes you on your personal wild edibles and spring ephemeral virtual adventure!by Hannah Champeau, Curriculum Coordinator | May 5, 2020 Have you been interacting with nature now more than ever? Now … [Read more...] about Low on produce? Try shopping in the woods for a wealth of tasty food!
At a time when our planet needs it most, let's take the lessons from today and start treating everyday likes it’s Earth Day.by Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center | April 22, 2020 This year marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, an annual … [Read more...] about Happy Earth Day from Eagle Bluff
Eagle Bluff participates in a form of citizen science overseen by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.By Mason Keel, Environmental Education Mentor | April 16, 2020 Every Spring, Eagle Bluff participates in a form of citizen science known as Nest Watch, … [Read more...] about What is Nest Watch?
Colleen Foehrenbacher has been chosen to lead the environmental nonprofit. Colleen has been part of the Eagle Bluff experience for the past 10 years as a Naturalist, Adventure Coordinator, and Education Director. For the past year she has … [Read more...] about Meet Eagle Bluff’s new Executive Director
There are many unique and fun birds to look for just off the beaten path.By Henry Whitehead, Adult Education Manager | March 31, 2020 As we are all searching for ways to adapt to our new reality during COVID-19 and Shelter-in-place orders, turning … [Read more...] about Beyond the Birdfeeder: 5 under-the-radar birds to look for this spring
Despite all the closures and shut downs happening, there is one thing that currently remains open and available for people to enjoy: the outdoors.By Joe Goetzke, Development & Marketing Director | March 19, 2020 Disclaimer: The COVID-19 … [Read more...] about 3 ways to enjoy the outdoors in the age of social distancing