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Doug’s Fish Fry Helps Us Put Nature in Your Hands

Doug’s Fish Fry Helps Us Put Nature in Your Hands by Meg Schader, Development Coordinator From sponsoring our Run for the Woods each year to providing a coupon for a free fish sandwich for all of our new members, Doug’s Fish Fry has helped us put nature in your hands and in the hands of [...]

By |2020-08-20T13:46:22+00:00August 20th, 2020|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Doug’s Fish Fry Helps Us Put Nature in Your Hands

Virtual Naturalist Explorations

Learn more about the natural world with our team of naturalists. Join our staff to discover all sorts of new things about nature...virtually! Animal Feature of the Week: Eastern Screech Owl by Emily Overstrom, Naturalist Whooo whooo who is our animal of the week? The Eastern Screech owl! Today we [...]

By |2020-09-18T13:44:58+00:00March 29th, 2020|Nature at Home 3/23-3/28|Comments Off on Virtual Naturalist Explorations

Activities and Games

Check out these fun activities and games that will help you stay connected to nature whether you're inside or out! Citizen Science Projects For The Birds! ~ adult activity Backyard BioBlitz ~ kids activity Night Sky Gazing ~ adult activity Constellation Projector Craft~ kids activity Ecosystem Challenge ~ adult activity Ecosystem Extravaganza [...]

By |2020-09-20T17:44:01+00:00March 22nd, 2020|Nature at Home 3/23-3/28|Comments Off on Activities and Games

Origins of a Conservationist

Origins of a Conservationist by Rand Michaels, Environmental Educator As the first week of summer camp begins, I'm excited to think about all the adventures that lie ahead in the next eight weeks - adventures for the campers and for me. Each day will unfold, different than the one before it - with new appreciation [...]

By |2020-07-07T17:50:29+00:00July 7th, 2020|May-Aug 2020, The Overlook|Comments Off on Origins of a Conservationist

Nature Notes: Dazzling Dragonflies

Nature Notes: Dazzling Dragonflies by Alexandra Grove, Environmental Educator On a hot, sunny day dragonflies zoom past children lined up along the edge of Phillip’s Pond. They dazzle with their colorful bodies, shiny wings, and incredible flying abilities. Over the course of the summer, dragonfly nymphs will emerge from the water to shed their exoskeletons, [...]

By |2020-07-12T17:30:16+00:00July 5th, 2020|May-Aug 2020, Nature at Home 3/23-3/28, The Overlook|Comments Off on Nature Notes: Dazzling Dragonflies

A Note From Miss Hiss

Hello My Friendsss! It's me - Miss Hiss! Stick out your tongue and smell the sweet scent of summer! Oh wait, your nose is better suited for smelling right? I have heard that if a human sticks out their tongue and attempts to breathe in through their nose and mouth at the same time, [...]

By |2020-07-08T13:16:33+00:00July 7th, 2020|May-Aug 2020, Nature at Home 3/23-3/28, The Overlook|Comments Off on A Note From Miss Hiss

Growing Up with Trees

Growing Up with Trees by Fran Lawlor, Land Manager When I was a child we had a sturdy pear tree I climbed to gorge on sweet, juicy, pithy pears. As the years passed I watched that tree become gnarly, lose limbs, tumble and rot away. A nearby cornfield where I sat munching green corn, if [...]

By |2020-07-07T14:44:16+00:00July 7th, 2020|May-Aug 2020, The Overlook|Comments Off on Growing Up with Trees

Nature in the City Goes Virtual

Nature in the City Goes Virtual by Emily Overstrom, Environmental Educator As a nature center, Baltimore Woods knows all about how animals adapt to change, and this spring, the education team has found its own way to adapt to the global pandemic and the transition to stay-at-home learning for elementary students in Syracuse. With [...]

By |2020-07-07T17:39:48+00:00July 7th, 2020|May-Aug 2020, The Overlook|Comments Off on Nature in the City Goes Virtual
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