Silent Saturday: Nature Journaling

“The most important thing we can teach our children is to observe well.”

-Ernst Mayer, Evolutionary Biologist

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Learning about animal tracks and signs, and journaling their observations.

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An awesome, free, naturalist-led class!

Tilden Nature Area, Berkeley

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Interested in learning more about nature journaling?  I highly recommend the book, Keeping a Nature Journal:  Discover a Whole New Way of Seeing the World Around You, by Clare Walker Leslie and Charles E. Roth.

14 thoughts on “Silent Saturday: Nature Journaling

          • Thanks. We finally got the results and my father’s cancer is stage 1. It is great news yet will be still something we will have to treat and deal with as it tends to come back. We are extremely close and have traveled the world together. It has been extremely hard to keep moving. Now I’m home and trying to readjust to life and enjoying my kids, hugging them a little tighter each day. You realize how lucky we are to have people in our life we love so utterly much. :)

            • Thanks. I’m sure you know then exactly how I feel. Its been hard and scary. My dad still has lots of juice in him at 71 so hoping he can quickly recover and keep moving forward. :)

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