This week’s post comes to us from Peter, a monthly blog correspondent, as well as a Drummers and Ursids alumni. He writes about identifying trees in the winter when there are no leaves to rely on. This is not only a useful skill to have, it is also a fun way to spend time outdoors or on hikes!
This blog post comes to us from a second-year monthly correspondent, Hannah, who is a Bucktails, Drummers, and Brookies alumni. She has been working with her pup Bella for two years now, training her up as a bird dog. To read the first post about Bella (and to compare photos to see how much she has grown!), click here to read Hunting Dog Training.
Josh, a Bucktails and Ursids alumni, writes this three part series about his recent trip to Denali National Park in Alaska. He tells us all about the amazing wildlife he spotted, his beautiful pictures capturing special moments with the wildlife. Josh also talks about wildlife-human interactions at the park, so stay tuned through the next couple of weeks to read the entire story of his trip!
Makayla, a monthly correspondent and former Bucktails students wrote today’s blog post about the Red-Spotted Newt! This amphibian is very interesting, so read on to learn more and see some beautiful pictures taken by Makayla!
This week’s blog post is written by Makayla. She is a Bucktails alum and monthly correspondent. She outlines the best way to journal and preserve plants! Take a look at samples from her collection here!