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The following is a list of links for submissions received to date  for the scavenger hunt: Jessica at The Magical Mundane in Michigan USA Kathy at Opening the Door, Walking Outside in Michigan USA JoAnn at Scene Through My Eyes in Washington USA Dawn at Sahlah Photos & Thoughts in Washington USA Jessica at Nature […]

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I know a bank where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.  From ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’  by William Shakespeare It’s Midsummer’s Eve and time for a scavenger hunt!    Whether you live in the city or the country, here in Nova Scotia […]

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It’s been years since I’ve participated in a scavenger hunt, so a spring challenge that was put forth by Centria at Opening the Door, Walking Outside  seemed like a worthwhile pursuit.  She required participants to come up with photos of the following: Pussywillows Sumac, Wintergreen or at least something that made your heart pitter-pat Birchbark Animal […]

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Crows are common scavengers around Flandrum Hill.  The sound of their caws is in the background as I write.  Like other scavengers throughout the world, they are adept at making the most of opportunities that present themselves in their environment. Crows are able to sustain themselves on what others might discard or overlook.  Besides intelligence, […]

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Archives by Title Color-coded by season:   Spring  / Summer / Autumn / Winter 2015 Hare Fare Counting Birds Sharing Dining Turf Hopping and Hoping Down the Bunny Trail 2014 Bee-loved Clover A Prickly Visitor Tears of the Fairy Tree Bunny Burial The Tree Eater Blue Jays at Work What Color is the Easter Bunny? The […]

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It’s been a wonder-full year for getting outdoors and learning about the natural world around Flandrum Hill.  Keeping a nature journal certainly made me more aware of the seasonal changes that take place throughout the year.  Writing about the plants and wild creatures I saw encouraged me to look deeper into field guides in an effort […]

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