Category Archives: earthworms

Wednesday photo of the week: earthworm funny on a rainy day

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Wednesday photo of the week: vertebrate meet invertebrate

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Monday thought of the week: a wonderful discovery

A thought: A worm at work can be a wonderful discovery if you’ve never seen one outside of a flat-screen. – Timothy Egan, “Nature-Deficit Disorder,” Opinionator/New York Times (March 29, 2012)

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Dirt snack

I got this idea for a snack (more like a treat!) for my son from a friend back in Bozeman (she posted about it on her Facebook). When Patrick asked for a snack yesterday, I asked him to go play … Continue reading

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Muddy Boots Family Nature Club at Tryon Creek State Park

For the second time in one week, Patrick and I headed to Tryon Creek State Park for a nature program (see: Garbage Monster; actually, this was my third time, for on Friday morning I went for a jog). This time, … Continue reading

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Story and Stroll at Tryon Creek State Park: Garbage Monster

After picking Patrick up from preschool last Friday, I took him to Tryon Creek State Park for one of their free Story and Stroll programs (we have previously gone to one about leaves). This day’s theme was recycling, built around … Continue reading

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Wednesday photo of the week: earthworms

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