Between April 24th and 27th, many cities all over the world will be competing worldwide to see who can make the most observations of nature, find the most species, and engage the most people… And we’re participating. Join us!
Posts tagged Middlesex Fells Reservation
It’s easy to think of February as a time when there is little to see outdoors. It’s cold and grey and muddy, if not snowy. But if it seems so, perhaps you need only look more closely… Once a month, Laura and Claire lead a biodiversity walk in the Fells. It’s a free form activity […]
I have such mixed feelings about the unseasonably beautiful weather we had for our walk this weekend. On the one hand, it was absolutely delightful to be out in near-60 degree weather. On the other, it’s awfully worrying that we have such days at all in January. Once a month, Laura and Claire lead a […]
It sure felt like winter today, with temperatures in the 30s and a brisk wind that chased us away from the pond edge into the shelter of the trees. It’s easy to dismiss this time of the year as the off season for naturalists, but there is still so much to learn and see! Once […]
The air is crisp. The whole forest is dressed in oranges, reds, and yellows that flash in the autumn light. It’s a feast of colors today but one can feel that Fall just passed its peak. The colors are vibrant, stunning but they are disappearing as quickly as the wind gusts detach the leaves from […]
EwA at the Fells — A Collaboration with the Friends of the Fells ☆ Fells’ Biobliss » Biodiversity & Phenology ■ The EwA Nature Guides to the Fells There is no better way to cultivating ecological literacy, ethics & leadership than through fun & inspiring Nature experiences. Come, join our EwA Nature series in an incredibly rich environment […]
Together, celebrating Biodiversity all year long at the Fells I am very excited to see Earthwise Aware (EwA) and the Friends of the Fells offering a new inspiring and engaging Nature program: ‘EwA at the Fells’ 🗓️. Our joint mission is to foster awareness of species and habitat biodiversity and develop an understanding of the […]