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Pipeline Cam - Free HD surf camera at North Shore, Oahu. MAPPPD Home. Snapshot Wisconsin. NeMO-Net. Resources for Students and Teachers. Green Our Planet Virtual Academy #1 - Green Our Planet. Sky Day Project for remote learners K-12 - Sky Day Project. It has never been more important to connect to nature and to each other.

Sky Day Project for remote learners K-12 - Sky Day Project

Which is why we created Sky Day Project - an open citizen artwork designed to promote creative collaboration and ecological citizenship. Request your free Sky Gallery Here . What is Sky Day Project? Sky Day Project is an open citizen artwork created by artist Ben Whitehouse. People post sky photos, sky drawings and sky paintings to the global mosaic and create Sky Galleries together as a class or group. Are There Any Rules? Yes. What Does Taking Part Mean? We are one global family, living and breathing under one shared sky. Who is SkyDay? SkyDay ( is a collaboration of artists and scientists. Green Our Planet Virtual Academy #1 - Green Our Planet.

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Cornell Lab Bird Cams. About the Site This FeederWatch cam, located in the Treman Bird Feeding Garden at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, is dedicated to Joseph H.

Cornell Lab Bird Cams Cornell Lab Bird Cams

Williams, a lifetime friend of the Cornell Lab and Administrative Board member from 1990 to 2018. Perched on the edge of both Sapsucker Woods and its 10-acre pond, these feeders attract both forest species like chickadees and woodpeckers as well as some species that prefer open environments near water like Red-winged Blackbirds. About the Hosts The Wild Birds Unlimited store at Sapsucker Woods has been a part of the visitor experience in the Cornell Lab’s Visitor Center ever since the new building opened in 2003. NWF Garden Certification Checklist. Bird Bingo. Garden for Wildlife. Outdoor Education - Micro Hike. Outdoor Education - Nature Sketching Field Trip. This assignment has two parts.

Outdoor Education - Nature Sketching Field Trip

We will talk about Part 1 here, and then, you're off. Check back in when you're ready for Part 2. Alright, it's time for some fresh air. As promised, we are going to head outside and draw some natural objects. Here are some ideas on where to go and what to draw: Locations: BackyardPublic parkA local farm (with permission)Hiking trails Subjects: Plants (trees, grasses, bushes, flowers)Animals (birds, squirrels, deer, farm animals)Non-living things (rock formations, rivers and streams, even litter can be beautiful in the right context, but throw it away after!)

Materials (for part one, we will be keeping it simple so bring whatever you have from the list): Pencils and/or pensColored pencils, markers, or crayons if you want to add colorSketchbook or paper and a hard surface like a clip board or binderIf you find cool leaves, flowers, or other items you want to incorporate into your work, you might want to take a small sample back home. The Hidden Worlds of the National Parks. A Community for Naturalists · iNaturalist. 5d1629d899b64fb7ecbd411e You Have the Power AG 0913[1] Grow gardens, not landfills. How to Celebrate Earth Day While Staying Home During COVID-19 – Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay. Although the COVID-19 pandemic has changed most of our Spring plans such as attending native plant sales, educational workshops, tree plantings, and more, Earth Day is still right around the corner — April 22nd in fact.

How to Celebrate Earth Day While Staying Home During COVID-19 – Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay

Earth Day 2020 is a special one; it marks the 50th Earth Day celebration and many people are using this milestone to reflect on how far the environmental stewardship movement has come and how far we still have to go. Fifty years ago, there was no Environmental Protection Agency, no Clean Water Act, and the Endangered Species Act and Clean Water Act were not yet officially signed into law.

Rivers were burning, smog was suffocating our cities, and DDT was sprayed from airplanes across America. People were faced with the reality that while we only have one planet, the status quo will not allow us to continue to survive on it for long, thus, beginning an environmental revolution. Earth Day marks society’s unified response to our environmental crisis. 1. 2. 3. 4.