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Nature Challenge: Week 1

Updated: Mar 28, 2021

Can you identify any of these three woodland under story plants (the small dark green leaves with the red berries, the large oblong leaves, and the toothed leaves in sets of three)? You can email me your guesses or to ask for a clue at abigail.castriotta@my.colby-sawyer.edu.


See if you can find these species in your backyard or forest!


The answers will be revealed at the 'Ask the Naturalist' zoom meeting on Friday morning. You can stop by anytime between 9am and 10:30am - just click on the link below!


Topic: Birds and Backyard Habitat

Time: Jul 3, 2020 09:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/72623700759?pwd=cS9zQnlxajBzRmFKZk43UG15K2crUT09

Meeting ID: 726 2370 0759

Password: birds



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Thank you!

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No problem! Tell your daughter that I thought of two other birds that get along well: the hummingbird and the Northern Flicker. The hummingbird will wait around the flickers and drink the sap from the holes that they peck in trees.

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Thank you for your help this morning! We appreciate you doing this!

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Hello Abigail! We are waiting to be let into the Zoom room to ask you a couple of questions. Are you still online? Thank you!

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