Category Archives: spiders

SpiderFest, October 29

Via Lewis & Clark College: It’s that time again – there’s a chill in the air, leaves are turning, and spiders are ballooning and decorating our world with webs. It’s SpiderFest Time! You, your family and friends are cordially invited … Continue reading

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BOOKS: Meet the Bugs & It’s a Bug’s Life

We like bugs. Anyone who reads this blog would not be surprised by my stating that. We also love books. Again, nothing new. How about books about bugs? That’s a no brainer! Brian Johnson has written two very nice books … Continue reading

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Arachnid Night at Lewis and Clark College

Last night Patrick and I headed over to Lewis and Clark College, where the annual meeting of American Arachnological Society was being held. They put on a family night, plenty of arachnology students teaching kids and adults alike about spiders and … Continue reading

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Fun with Arachnids evening, Lewis & Clark College, July 10th

From the American Arachnological Society: Please join us for a Fun with Arachnids evening! A Fun with Arachnids event will occur in conjunction with the annual conference of the American Arachnological Society. The conference is being held in Templeton Campus … Continue reading

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Miscellaneous nature photos

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Story and Stroll at Tryon Creek State Park: Slugs

This Story and Stroll program at Tryon Creek State Park was all about slugs. This park is known for banana slugs, but non-native species as well. The kids were read a story by Ranger Cristal – Some Smug Slug – … Continue reading

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