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From the Climate March in Washington, D.C.
When I was in Grade 5 or 6, I was walking home from school when I saw a bunch of boys in front of one of their houses looking inside a big box in the yard. These boys were definitely on the bully spectrum and when I saw one of them looked up at me, I knew something bad was about to happen.
I ran as hard as I could to my house and when I reached the safety of my own yard, I turned around to see what horror the boy was intent on inflicting on me. He stood there grinning, waving a snake in my face.
“Oh, is that all it is?” I asked. “A snake???” I moved closer to get a better look.
I don’t think I’ve ever seen a more disappointed look in my life.
I saw this beauty sunning himself when I was walking around Lake Elkhorn in Columbia, Maryland.
I’m not sure what kind of tree this is, but the flowers are really gorgeous.
“Between the devil and the deep blue sea” indeed!
From Baltimore orioles to American robins, shake off winter and get ready for spring with these beautiful, reader-submitted bird photos.
I get a number of these visiting my yard. Here are a few pics I got of a very flexible red-bellied woodpecker about a month ago.
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Bright Bee Scores Goals For Treat (Scientific American)
Bonus Tip: If you’re interested in learning more about native plants, do a Google search for native plant societies and/or native garden tours in your area.
You will now.