Today’s blog post is written by Grace, a Brookies alumni. Her riveting experience with a praying mantis was one to remember! As I was leaving for school recently, an adult praying mantis stopped me in my tracks. This… Read More
This post is by Makayla, a Bucktails alumni, who writes about her unique experience hunting for elk sheds. Definitely an activity you should try if you have the chance! This title may cause you to infer that… Read More
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
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