What an egg-cellent week! The Decorah North nest welcomed two new eaglets – come welcome them to explore.org! Join Polar Bears International for weekly educational live chats on Tuesday and Thursday! Learn more about the arctic! Feeling stressed out? Come soothe your soul with explore.org: Working from home? In these “ruff” times, working from home
We’re starting hatch watch at the Decorah Eagles nest on Friday, April 3rd! Join us here: https://explore.org/livecams/raptor-resource-project/decorah-eagles or on our website: https://www.raptorresource.org/birdcams/decorah-eagles/ at 1:30 PM CDT for a talk with RRP Director John Howe and eggs, hatch, and nestling life. We hope to see you there!
Polar Bears International is offering a spring outreach schedule dedicated to help provide online education every Tuesday and Thursday. Check out their schedule below and tune into the Tundra Connections cam to watch: Week of March 30th – April 3rd: Emerging from the Den! A Special Time of Year for Moms and Cubs Recommended Curriculum:
I’m reading “Flight Ways: Life and Loss at the Edge of Extinction.” The first three chapters inspired some afternoon #musing. Place, as writer Thom Van Dooren points out, can be understood as an embodied, lived, and meaningful environment. Bald eagles clearly have a sense of place. Their territories are woven with layers of attention, meaning, and
Attention Educators! We have compiled a list of educational resources and lesson plans from animal experts and researchers to help connect your child and/or student to nature. In addition, explore.org is always available as an enriching educational experience through the use of our many livecams. Please check out our Educational Page for updates and resources!