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Matka mangrovemetsään

Torstaipäivän ohjelma alkoi aikaisella aamuherätyksellä, kun koululla piti olla jo kello 7.00. Thaimaalaiseen tapaan lähtö viivästyi yli tunnilla, jonka takia alkumatkan vietimme aamuruuhkassa.  Yliopisto järjesti pakollisen matkan… 375 more words

Excursion

Misty moisty morning at Volland

In November we took the boys, then 6 and 10, to an opening reception for a new artist exhibit at the Volland Store.  The short story of this gallery goes as such:  Dear fellow Kansas City friends Patty and Jerry Reece find and restore a stone farmhouse and acreage in the Flint Hills of Wabaunsee County, Kansas.   731 more words

The First Presidential Inauguration in New York City!

In April 30, 1789, the first Presidential Inauguration took place in front of Federal Hall in New York City.  George Washington, our nation’s first President took the oath of office on a balcony overlooking Wall Street.   143 more words

Remembering the Alamo.

We have out of town family visiting us this week, and today we headed to San Antonio.  It has been a long time since my last visit to the Alamo.  95 more words

Photoblog

Tiny Brown Birds

Mister and Mrs. Purple Finch
– M. Stewart

Clyde checking out some movement in the bushes
– H. Harbord

Male Anna’s hummingbird showing black iridescent feathers…

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Field Trip Reports

Mattole Trip Part 8: Of Research Questions and Tanoaks

We now come to part eight of the retelling of my introduction to social science field work in the Mattole watershed. To read parts one – seven, search for ‘Mattole’ in the search bar to the right. 548 more words

Reflections

Daphne Prairie Field Trip

January 28-29

Mount Vernon, Texas

Join this NPAT field trip to visit our newest addition to our land portfolio, the beautiful 922-acre Daphne Prairie in Northeast Texas near Mount Vernon. 166 more words

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