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Kid Talk Panel Video at the 2015 Children and Nature Conference

It was such an honor to be part of the Kid Talk panel at the Children and Nature Network Conference on April 7, 2015.

I talked about the panel and conference on my… 309 more words

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Video Previews for the Kid Talk Panel at the Children and Nature Conference 2015

Wow! What an exciting evening yesterday at the Children and Nature Conference 2015. I talked with so many great naturalists and nature enthusiasts during the reception at the Hyatt Lost Pines last night. 99 more words

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Field Notes Friday 0035: Thoughts About Mushroooooooms

This is how obsession starts. It’s also how real learning happens.

I’m not sure exactly when it started, but it’s dawned on me that I’m interested in fungus. 489 more words

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Field Notes Friday 0032: iNaturalist Observations

It’s true, I haven’t been posting to my blog as often as I’d like, or sharing #FieldNotesFriday content as often as I will THIS year. BUT I haven’t been shirking on my naturalist observations! 330 more words

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Field Notes Friday 0031: Is iNaturalist a Good Excuse?

You’ll have to tell me whether you think this is a good reason to have missed so many weeks of #FieldNotesFriday: I’ve become an iNaturalist addict! 129 more words

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Getting Involved - Citizen Science - Ontario Fish

Citizen science projects are a great way to get involved in nature and conservation.

There are a large variety of projects that you can join and add your observations to the knowledge base about species and their habitats.   386 more words

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iNaturalist: How social and mobile media are fueling citizen science

Technology serves too many purposes to count. Mankind can pat itself on the back for transforming exploration, health care, communications, and more. Isn’t it ironic, then, that technology is now also being used to curb some of the damage mankind itself has inflicted on our animals. 159 more words