Check out the December 2017 Nature Scoop on the ‘Learn’ tab and note that I’ve added a link on the ‘Learn’ Tab for past issues of Nature Scoop. If you haven’t RSVP’d for our end of the year potluck for members only please do so. Happy Holidays!
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If you haven’t yet be sure to visit our ‘Learn’ tab to check out the latest version of Nature Scoop. Butterfly beauties, Praying mantis & Milkweed Creatures: Good or Bad? and More!
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Don’t forget to join Wild Ones at The Maumee Indoor on Thursday 4/20/17 at 5:30 PM for the viewing of Hometown Habitat. See you there!
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Due to unfavorable weather conditions the seed collecting that was originally scheduled for 11/19 has been cancelled. Be sure to check out other ways to get involved by going to our events tab!
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The spring Monarch Butterfly Migration is about to begin. There’s a flurry of activity now as thirsty monarchs break out of their clusters in search of water. The colonies are breaking up but the butterflies will stay in the overwintering region for a couple more weeks. When you click on the below map you can… Read more »
Wild Ones annual environmental awards recognize outstanding college students whose work actively support the Wild Ones mission through natural area restoration, research, education, and native plant conservation in gardens and landscapes. Four students were presented the awards for 2015 by the Oak Openings Region chapter president, Hal Mann. Scholarship selection: Wild Ones partner agencies, such as… Read more »