That's right, we are in MASSACHUSETTS!
Any time of year is a good time to get outside and explore your world. Be prepared, be open and use your senses.
The following books have specific information or some unusual stories of what lives arouind us (or in us!).
They are meant to answer some of your questions BUT you'll probably find, you'll have more questions!
Wonderful details & inspiring to venture outside.
Carol continues with her details of more plants for you to study.
Margaret Roach will give the latest thoiughts on using native plants in your garden.
Who are you calling a weed? What is that plant-friend or foe? Learn the true story!
You don't have to eat them all but the ecological picture will become clearer to you.
The Big Backyard can become a sanctuary for our pollinators. Remember we all need them...
More details and things to consider for everyones health!
Humans have beern interferring with the natural order of life on earth. This book tells just one story-our bubble bees and can we help.
Not everything you see is important BUT things you don't see can be very influencial to our web of life.
The climate change is making so many changes to the life cycles of plants & animals. This is a fascinating read of some unusual stories.
Don't forget Tom Wessels & his series of books about reading the story you see in the woods. This book will describe specific places where you can see the changes of time.
New England has been through many changes and here you can learn of the results of actions over time.
So what is that stump? Why is that tree growing out of that rock?
FIELD GUIDES, in many forms & topics are great to take outside or read inside. Remember to make note of things you've seen-where, when, date and why it caught your fancy! Everyday is a learning experience & it should be fun!