Planting Trees by Katie Finch

Planting Trees by Katie Finch

The time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve claims the title of “The Holiday Season”. However, I could make a case for spring as a strong runner up. I sit here both tired and energized from Volunteer Day, Audubon’s Earth Day celebration. After a morning of hard...
Beavers and Beaver Deceivers by Jeff Tome

Beavers and Beaver Deceivers by Jeff Tome

There was an odd scraping sound coming from the creek that was twenty feet from where I was standing. The noise was unmistakable, but impossible to describe. It sounded like a cross between chewing and the harsh grate of a rusty metal file. That description made no...
A Silent Spring by Margaret Foley

A Silent Spring by Margaret Foley

I don’t think I really appreciated how still and quiet winter was until spring has arrived. Suddenly, without fail, the world explodes with life — children run around their yards screaming or bouncing their basketballs while birds buzz and chirp in the trees nearby....
Backpacking by Katie Finch

Backpacking by Katie Finch

As a Senior Nature Educator at at Audubon, I work with kids often. And I hear them say some pretty cool things. I enjoy hearing comments about how cool nature is or about learning something new. But a child saying “I didn’t think I could do that” is my most favorite...