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Rufous Hummingbird in flight

Nature Night: For the Love of Hummingbirds

Hummingbirds amaze and intrigue us. They are like tiny ambassadors with the power to usher people into a deeper interest in and appreciation for the natural world. Author John Shewey taps into the intrigue with this program based on his new book, The Hummingbird Handbook. Join John and learn more about hummingbirds, including how to attract them to your yard, and how to be a great hummingbird host.

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A Townsend's Warbler, a yellow, black and white small bird, is perched on branch, throwing their head back in the rain.

Deep Birding through the Seasons: Spring Approaches with Dan van den Broek and Candace Larson *FULL*

Join Dan and Candace as we use a slower approach to connecting with nature with a focus on understanding birds. From March through July, we’ll dive deep into our senses, focusing on awareness and intention, careful observation, inspired field journaling and basic illustration and mindfulness. Module 1, Spring Approaches, will focus on the changing season, how birds are using the landscape, and an introduction to bird language.

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Two campers wearing fairy wings smile as they play together.

Spring Break Camp: Spring Fairies, Grades K-1 *FULL*

Fairies awake with the warming weather and the longer days of Spring. These ancient and magical creatures roam the forest floor when you are not looking! Let’s go find them deep in the forest and create spaces for them to play in. Let your creativity run wild as we craft magical fairy crafts to keep the magic alive long after the camp day ends!

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