Connecting to the Natural World wherever you are!

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The cold and rainy days have come upon us over here, and the excitement of the new season has arrived. The rains are bringing cleansing of the air and revival of our lakes, rivers and streams.

But what is going on with the Birds??? Are they still singing at dawn like they did in Spring? If they aren’t, well, what ARE they doing?

And how do we find out?

American robin

Sitting still in front of a window sill, or in the warm library looking out a window, or maybe a bedroom window, can be a great place to relax and observe the goings on of many birds.

Hanging a bird feeder outside a window can also enhance your connection to and observation of the birds' day-to-day lives. They may even give you some clues as to who might be roaming about. The cat? The Coopers Hawk? Your neighbor in a hurry?

This month I am offering you a story about How Robin Got Its Red Breast. This story takes place in the time when the days are getting cold and a little kindness from Animal and Plant Kingdom to Human Kingdom builds long lasting relationships.

Check out the story and the nature connection adventures given when you push the Wendolyn's Blog button below.


Wendolyn's Blog
FALL 2017/2018 PROGRAM

Spaces available in the Tues/Thurs fall program.

To find out more, visit our website, or contact Director Wendolyn Bird at 415-419-5274 or by email.

This enchanting 24-page illustrated book and CD by Wendolyn Bird includes eleven stories and accompanying songs to inspire parents and teachers when they are outdoors with their children or students. ENJOY!

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In addition to Tender Tracks Outdoor Preschool,
Wendolyn is available for Consultations, Trainings and Summer Camps.
Email to learn more.

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