A FYI for my readers on a guided journal for nature journal and observers.
For this week’s nature journal prompt I offer one word: Above. Ever notice that in horror films, that danger is often above the characters (next victims)? They have to look up to save themselves. Sometimes we forget to look up – to see the beauty above us, to predict the weather, to see birds telling […]
Here are some of my favorite nature journal pages on Pinterest. There are some great nature journalists out there.
Draw the twigs of the six most common deciduous trees as a winter nature journal activity.
Buds can be used to identify a tree or tree species. The color of the bud scales, the number of buds, where the buds are located, and their position are key. These little tightly closed bundles will burst and grow when the weather warms and the growing season gets underway. Even in winter, you can study […]