Nature

What’s the Buzz?

We’ve all heard it. Bees are in trouble. Due to pesticides, loss of natural food sources, climate change, and an increase in parasites, their...

Put a Spring in Your Step

After a long, wet winter, most adults can’t wait to get outside to observe the blossoming of a new season. Kids, however, might have...

Into the Woods

My family and I have been hiking the extensive trails in and around the Southern Vancouver Island region for almost 10 years now. From...

Ode to the Earth

Every day is a good day to celebrate our connection to nature. Enjoy nature through hiking, beachcombing, or taking strolls in local parks. Bring...

Critter-catching Consequences

I know that catching critters is fun, educational and helps us to connect to the natural world. Kids do it, parents do it, even...

Who Hoots for You?

If you’re out for a walk in the woods and hear what sounds like someone asking “Who cooks for you?” chances are it’s not...

A Naturalist’s Guide to Family Hiking

Nature, family time and fresh air. Sounds pretty good, right? Hiking is a fantastic spring activity for the whole family. It is beneficial for...

From Acorn to Wren: The Lost Words

Spring. A time for new growth and sunshine—albeit through breaks in the rain. Constellations that have been hidden for months reappear in the clear...
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May 2020

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