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Oceanography 3 – Mapping the Sea Floor Across the Atlantic Ocean

Before starting this lesson, I recommend that you do the previous lesson on the Features of the Sea Floor. To do that lesson go to: http://oldnaturalist.com/?p=11077 We can’t start mapping the seafloor across the Atlantic Ocean from Nova Scotia to … Continue reading

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Holiday Sale of Nature and Ocean Books

During the holidays, you can buy my books at a 60% discount off from the retail price. Each book is priced at $10. I will sign all books. Nature Seeker Workbook Nature Seeker Workbook is the product of 20 years … Continue reading

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New! Fall Nature School

The Old Naturalist has been getting outside as we leave Summer and enter Fall. It’s a beautiful time of passage for Nature, and there are many things She has to teach us! Use the Nature School navigation link above to … Continue reading

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How I Feel About Nature

All photos  by Alex Munoz Alex Munoz is an accomplished photographer and this is his second posting at Old Naturalist.  His first post was titled Raw Beauty Unleashed and was published in Dec. 2017. Alex Munoz is from my home … Continue reading

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Holiday Books for Nature Loving Kids

During the holidays, you can buy my books at a 60% discount off of the retail price. Each book is priced at $10 + $3.50 shipping = $13.50 I will sign all books. If you don’t like them, books can … Continue reading

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Protected: Nature School Week 6 – Animal Homes Nature Hike

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Hawks on High

Every Fall, thousands of hawks migrate past Hawk Ridge Nature Reserve, in Duluth, MN.   Hundreds of bird watchers come for the annual Fall migration.   Phil Fitzpatrick is a poet and is writing a book about Hawk Ridge. Phil said … Continue reading

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Protected: Restoration Work at the Jidana Park Day Camp

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The Maple Tree

  A MAPLE TREE in the Coastal Redwoods If your body is not rooted to the planet, you cannot know who you are spiritually. If your body does not have the soul of the planet in it, then your etheric … Continue reading

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13 Rays of Hope for Our Future

A workshop developed by ArtStart director, Carol Sirrine, challenged 13 students to create an “Earthly Shrine” that honored the wonders of nature and addressed the impact that humans have had on the Earth. The artists/naturalists ranged in age from 14-17 … Continue reading

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