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Trees can be the backdrop to our outdoor adventures. They are key in defining the forest. But how often do we take in the bigger picture and not focus on the individual. Earlier in the year trees get plenty of attention for showy flowers, interfering pollen or...read more
According to multiple sources the little black insects that a lot people are finding falling out of their trees are actually Conifer aphids, not ticks, little insects that live and feed on conifer trees like pines, firs, and other conifers.read more
This is real. This is winter. This is the time when the darkness and daylight acknowledge each other and pass the reigns. This is when we are meant to be our deepest selves, to discover our essence, and begin to pull the best of that to the surface. Without the deep winter, we can’t reach our potential. Without winter, the world would spend too much energy. Rest is essential, reflection vital.read more
Jamestown, N.Y. – Audubon Community Nature Center’s Nature Play Days are always fun, but this month will be special. On the third Saturday morning of every month children ages two to eight and their favorite adults can drop in Audubon’s Nature Play Area anytime...read more
ou can make a table decoration or swag with natural greens when you visit Audubon Community Nature Center on Saturday afternoon, December 15.read more
Wild animals are amazing to watch as they go about their lives. Like some people, I could spend hours watching an animal build, hunt, eat, and go about its life. Also, like most people, I find it incredibly annoying, frustrating, and exhausting to fight the same battles with wildlife over, and over, and over.read more