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Category Archives: Neary Notes
How do you normally cut your grass? Take care of those pesky weeds? Thin out your blackberry bramble? Of all the options these days for cutting back large swaths of grasses: mowers, weed whackers, scythes, etc.–down at our local wetland … Continue reading
With the completion of our first full school year offering the Neary Lagoon 5th Grade Watershed Walk, I wanted to show some of the results the classes found over the course of the year. With both an in-class component and … Continue reading
I felt compelled to share with you all a story of my trip in Boston a couple of weeks ago. “When Hawks Attack” by Matt Miller There I was, standing across the street from Boston University. My best friend Peter … Continue reading
Hello all, long time no blog. With illness, vacation, and a jam packed month of field trips and presentation finding the time to blog about all the happenings at Neary has been a challenge. Never fear for ducklings are near. … Continue reading
Surely after tsunamis and seemingly endless rain our local little wetland would be a little shaken, but aside from a few fallen trees and some construction on the boardwalk things at Neary are near normal. This week during our field … Continue reading
Last week March 15th on a field trip with Live Oak Elementary we spotted the first Black-Crown Night Heron AND an American Bittern in nearly the same spot. At the end of the boardwalk before you enter woodland forest at … Continue reading