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  • The Benefits of Composting

    This week’s blog post is written by Delaney R., a Bucktails alumni.  She breaks down for us the benefits of doing something more environmentally friendly with our trash – and gives some directions for different compost methods!

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  • Rough Start

    This week’s blog post is written by Katie M., a monthly blog correspondent.  She brings us a tale of the hunting season – and how not every trip out is the perfect day.  Sometimes you have a less grand adventure to talk about…but you can still use the time to put things in perspective!

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  • Walking with Mangroves

    This week’s blog is written by Wulfgar, a monthly blog correspondent and Drummer’s Alumni.  Beginning in ancient times, and taking us all the way up to present day, he writes about mangrove forests.  Read on to discover more about these unique ecosystems!

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  • The Ring-Billed Gull

    This week’s post is all about a seabird, whose distinct features and attitude have made it a common part of the beach-going experience.  Peter L., a monthly blog correspondent, writes all about these birds, giving us the facts about them as well as his beautiful original photographs!

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  • One Track…Diet?

    This week’s blog post is written by Nick, a new monthly blog correspondent and Drummer’s alumni.  He explores how, unlike us, some animals only eat one very specific type of food as their main diet.  He answers the question of how these species can survive on this single source of nutrients.

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  • Rides on the Rail Trail

    This week’s blog is written by Nathan C. a new monthly blog correspondent and Drummers alumni.  He shares his experiences and memories of one of his favorites places to ride his bike – and how his perspective has changed about his favored recreational spot!

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  • Incredible Earthworms

    This week’s blog is written by Laurie E., a new monthly blog correspondent and Gobblers alumni.  She did some “digging around” to bring us the facts about some often-overlooked, but very important creatures in our ecosystems.  These multi-talented creatures have many unique features, and Laurie gives us the low-down in her post:

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