Tag: plants

A green Antheraea Polyphemus caterpillar clings to a twig

If you haven’t heard of a Bioblitz, it’s a great way to build your outdoor observation skills while helping biologists. Get outside and explore new places this spring by joining Great Parks in the 2021 City Nature Challenge.

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Potted succulents are lined up on an old boot tray.

Nature Interpreter Allyson knows it’s still cold outside, but spring is on its way! Want to live like it’s spring? With a little ingenuity, and a window, spring can start inside long before winter’s end. Learn how you can begin your own inside garden with these gardening tips.

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Marjie Becus stands next to a large tree.

In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re highlighting local Ohio women who work in the field of conservation. Marjie Becus is a dynamo in the world of conservation. You’ve likely seen her work around the county, but never noticed. That’s because you have to look close to the ground to see the rare plants she works to protect.

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A Chickadee is in the midst of landing at a bird feeder.

Bird feeders are a good source of food for birds and can bring joy to bird watchers. Nature Interpreter Ellen shares how using native plants around bird feeders will create a more holistic and safer habitat for local birds.

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