This week’s blog is written by Hannah, a monthly blog correspondent, and Bucktails and Drummers alumni and ATL. She has worked hard to establish an officially recognized monarch waystation at her local high school, so it’s no surprise that even though it’s winter, Hannah has plenty of info to share with us about these gorgeous little insects!
Cecilia is one of our Drummers alumni, and wrote us this blog post about the monarch butterflies she and her family find on her farm. There have been a few changes she has noticed over the years, and she shares her hypotheses with us…things to think about as we perhaps dream of warmer weather during these winter months!
This week’s blog is written by Mitch, a PA Drummers alumni and Monthly Blog Correspondent. He writes about identification of and how to avoid poison ivy – useful advice for everyone!
Hannah has been with the Wildlife Leadership Academy for two years, as a student and Assistant Team Leader. She is one of our Monthly Correspondents, and wrote this piece for the blog about training her bird dog, Bella. It’s taken a lot of patience and dedication, and Bella is coming along quite nicely with her training!
Mitch, one of our Monthly Correspondents and a PA Drummer, writes about his adventures on the Juniata River. He saw a black snake making its way across the water and decided to investigate the situation further: