This week’s blog post is written by Peter, a monthly blog correspondent and Bucktails and Ursids alumni. He shares with us lots of great info about a diminutive little woodland creature – who has a way of “keeping its cool” throughout the harrowing winter months!
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 week’s blog post is written by Wulfgar, a Drummers alumni, who muses about how trees make it through the long, harsh winter months. His curiosity piqued, Wulfgar dug deeper into the mystery of what happens to trees during winter, and found out what special adaptations they have developed to survive.
Lakin, a new monthly correspondent and Ursids alumni, shares some information with us about geese migration in this week’s blog post. She talks about why they form a “V” to fly, as well as what happens to those geese who don’t complete the entire migration journey!
Grace is one of our Monthly Correspondents, and a Brookies alumni. She ventured out after a recent snowstorm, and writes about what she saw, and how snow can change our surroundings in a profound way.