This week’s post comes to us from Zara, a monthly blog correspondent and Drummers alumni. She writes about bird friendly glass that allows birds to prevent window collisions. This new research in window glass has the potential to greatly reduce bird/glass impacts by making the glass more visible to bird in flight.
This blog post is written by Gabi, a Drummer’s alumni and monthly blog correspondent. She details different kinds of “green” energy, giving a deeper understanding of “going green”. Gabi focuses on solar power as an option when making a choice for your energy source.
This week’s blog is written by Gabi, a new monthly blog correspondent and Drummers alumni. She writes about about one of her favorite trails in her area, and what makes it special to her – how it makes her think about days gone by and travelers from the past. As the first snows of winter have begun and all the leaves are officially gone from the trees, I think we are all a little nostalgic for Autumn!
Wulfgar, a new monthly correspondent and Drummers alumni, writes this week’s post about Wildwood Lake, a park near Harrisburg. He explains the history of the park and how it is a sanctuary for anyone wishing to escape the city.
Eli, a three year alumni of the Brookies and Ursids field schools and Monthly Blog Correspondent writes this week’s blog post, sharing his annual tradition of visiting Michaux State Forest to photograph some lovely botanical specimens. Read on to see his photos and read all about these little beauties!