Have you ever taken a closer look at the world from a bugs’-eye-view? Summer is a great time to pause and marvel at the world of insects and spiders crawling on meadow plants and scuttling along the forest floor.
From stories to science, join our staff to discover all sorts of new things about nature...virtually! Nature Play Benefits Kids Rainy Afternoon in the Faust Garden Nature in the City: Year in Review Community Appreciation Giving Thanks Those Darn Squirrels Storytime with The Fairy Queen [...]
Ever taken a walk and wished you had a guide along to tell you more about something new you spotted along the way? You can check-in with a Baltimore Woods Naturalist on a wide range of nature topics right here! Life Under Logs All About Larva Watch for Ticks! [...]
If you like animals, you'll love browsing our collection of short videos all about the animals of Central New York. From the predaceous diving beetle to the Eastern coyote, our education team takes you outside to explore and learn some amazing facts about the animal world! Click the links below and let the animal [...]
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 [...]
Burning the Old Year by Naomi Shihab Nye The Bells by Edgar Allen Poe Messenger by Mary Oliver Winter Time by Robert Louis Stevenson Winter's Artist by Suzanne Bates Nothing in Nature Lives For Itself by Anonymous Art and Nature by Elton [...]
We invite you to join us for a season full of virtual nature experiences! Stay tuned for links to our newest programs developed by the education team at Baltimore Woods Nature Center. Click to sign up for a Virtual Wildflower Walk with Famous Poets or the Virtual Gardening for Kids program.
Spending more time outside these days? Start a nature journal as a family or just for you. Nature journaling allows for meditative reflection, whether you stop somewhere on a trail, pick a spot in your backyard, or look outside your window. A nature journal is a space for you [...]
Tune in for an Earth Week Celebration with us! This Wednesday, April 22, marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, and we invite you to join us for a full week of celebration! Starting Monday, April 20th, follow us on social media to share in these fun activities and be reminded what an important role [...]
As our team of naturalists and educators works to deliver our programming and share the wonders of nature virtually, we want to hear from you! Are you teaching natural science at home for the first time? What do you need? What topics and ideas do you have for virtual programs we can create for you? [...]