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The Naturalist Spirit

Does any vocation have a more open and welcoming door than natural history? To be a naturalist, you don’t need a high school diploma or a university degree; there is neither an age barrier nor a physical fitness test. 1,874 more words


"Waterfalls & Wildflowers" by Dr. Tim Spira

Tim Spira’s new book ­– Waterfalls and Wildflowers in the Southern Appalachians: Thirty Great Hikes, was just published by the University of North Carolina Press. 212 more words





this afternoon in st. paul along the mississsippi river.


so great!

from the book confessions of a traveling gypsee…

eagle… by Pamela Fillhouer · 365 Project.


earthbeone reblogged this on Pamela and commented:

over in st. paul this afternoon....

New Publication by Dr. Sears.

“Costs and Benefits of Thermoregulation Revisited: Both the Heterogeneity and Spatial Structure of Temperature Drive Energetic Costs” was recently published by Dr. Sears. Read more here.


Chest Pain and Lessons on Body Strength

Costochondritis: inflammation in the joints between the cartilages that join the ribs to the breastbone (sternum). Can be caused by a virus or strenuous movements. Lovely… 360 more words

Whole Life Learning

Naturalist in the City: Part 1

Several credible studies have shown that contact and experience with nature has a very positive effect on people, particularly children. Living in the City doesn’t have to mean neglecting your child’s inner naturalist, Part one of this blogpost highlights four ways that you can add a little green to your child’s day! 530 more words

Volunteers Needed To Transcribe John Muir's Hand-Written Journals

STOCKTON (CBS13) — The University of the Pacific is joining with the public to help decipher some of naturalist John Muir’s journals.

Muir was famous for his writings about the rich natural environment of the Sierra and the Sequoias, and now the public can help transcribe his work. 62 more words