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5 March 2012 - Forsythia not quite in bloom.

Forsythia

The forsythia aren't quite blooming, but the buds are ready to burst.

Pine tree & Hummingbird

Pine tree & Hummingbird

Unknown Animal Bone - 25 March 2012 -- A bone from an unknown animal, found on the beach (half-submerged in a small tidepool at low tide) at Carkeek Park today. Unfortunately, all we had with us was a camera phone to take a few pictures - we didn't want to remove the bone from protected park area.

Unknown Animal Bone - 25 March 2012 -- A bone from an unknown animal, found on the beach (half-submerged in a small tidepool at low tide) at Carkeek Park today. Unfortunately, all we had with us was a camera phone to take a few pictures - we didn't want to remove the bone from protected park area.

14 March 2012 - A meditative exercise on a rainy day - drawing ferns, fronds and fiddleheads.

14 March 2012 - A meditative exercise on a rainy day - drawing ferns, fronds and fiddleheads.

Dried roses on the windowsill. • Photography by Alison Leigh Lilly

Dried roses on the windowsill.

12 March 2012 - Fun with Layers! Diagrams of layers in the forest, both above ground and below.

An excerpt from my naturalist journal exploring layers of a forest (above ground and below the soil).

Blessing the Waters

Blessing the Waters, An Environmentally-Safe Method for Making Offerings, by Alison Leigh Lilly

8 March 2012 - Sketches and some facts about dark-eyed juncos (spotted in the front yard)

8 March 2012 - Sketches and some facts about dark-eyed juncos (spotted in the front yard)

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Learning about botany and mythology using the Celtic tree alphabet known as the ogham

Learning about botany and mythology using the Celtic tree alphabet known as the ogham

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Black-Capped Chickadee - A close up of the watercolor pencil sketch.

Pages from my naturalist journal exploring the ecology and landscapes of the Pacific Northwest.

Very clever...I especially like the 'glowing' tree roots, but I don't even understand how the icicle one works...

An Artist Used Nature To Create Some Amazing Land Art

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Answers to the question, what eats tadpoles, along with other information about tadpole diet, life history and position on the freshwater aquatic food chain and in the freshwater aquatic food web.

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