Download this free December nature study calendar to help you get outside and explore plant and animal life this winter.
The December nature calendar is full of nature tips that give you ideas of what to explore as the world turns colder and snow-covered. There is still much to discover if you know where to look. Enter your email address below and you will receive the free download.
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Dragonfly Study from Handbook of Nature Study by Anna Comstock What do you know about the life cycle of a dragonfly? Dragonflies begin their lives as nymphs hatched from tiny eggs laid in the water by female dragonflies. The nymphs look very different from the adults and may live for years in the water, molting…
While I love seeing a butterfly, freshly emerged from its chrysalis with perfect, brand-new wings, I’ve also come to appreciate the survivor butterflies– the ones with the torn and tattered wings. These battle-worn butterflies are emblems of survival. When a bird attacks a butterfly, it will usually attack the eye spots, giving the butterfly a…