Dragonflies: They do what?! by Katie Finch

Dragonflies: They do what?! by Katie Finch

“Does anyone want to go outside to see a Black Saddlebag?” Statements of this kind are frequently heard around the offices at Audubon. We stop work at our desks, jump up with our cameras, and head outside. Being aware of what is going on outside is a major part of our...
Walking Through the Door by Leigh Rovegno

Walking Through the Door by Leigh Rovegno

“All children, as long as they still live in the mystery, are continuously occupied in their souls with the only thing that is important, which is themselves and their enigmatic relationship with the world around them. Seekers and wise people return to these...
Blind Spot in the Ash by Jeff Tome

Blind Spot in the Ash by Jeff Tome

Where are your blind spots? In a car, these are the spots that you cannot see when turning or backing up. Fancy cameras and screens are being used to help drivers see their blind spots. But no camera can cure a mental blind spot, and the effects of that are...
Reason, Season, or Lifetime by Jeff Tome

Reason, Season, or Lifetime by Jeff Tome

There are always a few children who love Audubon so much that they can’t stay away. There is something about what happens at Audubon camp that draws them, year after year. I understand. Camp is fun. Kids take nets and dip in ponds. They build forts. Games are played...