This post is brought to us by Gabriel, an Ursids alumni – he writes about an exotic animal he had a chance to see and photograph. The Nile Hippo, H. a. amphibius, is native to, you guessed it,… Read More
This post is one of a four part mini-series by one of our NextGen Monthly Correspondents – Freya B. She is a Bucktails and Ursids alumni, and writes about her trip to Minnesota – the series begins with the… Read More
Written by Rachel S., a Bucktails and Ursids graduate and ATL, this blog describes her close encounter with a black bear while out enjoying the “berry” delicious offerings her black berry patch had available that day! Fresh black… Read More
Eli, a Brookies and Ursids student and ATL, writes about the white breasted nuthatch, sharing ways to identify the bird, as well as other interesting information! “The White Breasted Nuthatch is a very common bird and is… Read More
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