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Turning Off Your Lights Saves Birds

One billion birds die every year in window collisions. Migratory species are often lost prior to reproduction during spring migration, while fledglings may be...

Christmas Tree Farms near Annapolis

Updated 2021 Christmas tree farms across Maryland offer cut-your-own trees, and many also have pre-cut trees onsite or even offer to have you pick and...

Holiday Hills Playground

Holiday Hills has been our most frequented playground during the pandemic! Wehave had this neighborhood playground to ourselves many weekdays andweekend mornings (or sharing...

Exploring Butterflies, Bugs and Soldiers Delight Natural Environment Area

Soldiers Delight Natural Environment Area in Owings Mills is a rare and imperiled eastern U.S. Serpentine Grassland. Join our discussion with Dr. Anahí Espíndola...

Apps to Help You Enjoy the Great Outdoors

Now that spring has sprung and temperatures (and vaccine numbers!) are beginning to rise, it’s only natural to begin thinking about things to do...

Anne Arundel Trail Network

The Anne Arundel Trail Network is a new network of county trails that connects residents to area amenities.  Anne Arundel County already has an impressive...

How to Hunt for Fossils

On this week’s Third Floor Views, we talked to Dr. Stephen Godfrey, Curator of Paleontology at the Calvert Marine Museum in Solomons, Md. about...

Nature Camps—In Their Natural Habitat

It’s inspiring to learn that many of the young professionals who work with local programs that connect kids with nature were themselves hooked on...

Hike Maryland’s Eastern Shore

Maryland’s Eastern Shore features countless miles of Bay, river and stream shorelines, marshes, forests, and wide open spaces. The terrain is varied, though almost...

Minorities in Aquaculture with Imani Black

On this week's Third Floor Views, we spoke to Imani Black, founder of Minorities in Aquaculture to hear about her journey as an oyster...

Take the family on a fossil hunt

By Anne Province I will never forget the big smile on my son's face when he came running to show me treasure he'd found while...

Nature Based Schools–A Grassroots Education

Nature-based programs, starting as early as preschool, boast benefits for children of all ages. By Kelsey Casselbury  For years, it’s been said that kindergarten is the...

Winter Camping—A Pandemic-safe Adventure

By Dylan Roche Most people think of camping as a summer activity. After all, you might ask yourself, “Who wants to sleep outside in the...

Walk & Ride for the Woods

This summer was all about finding new places outdoors to explore. During the month of October, Scenic Rivers Land Trust is celebrating local outdoor...

Playground Hopping

Adam Kannegieser was looking for something to do with his youngest daughter while his eldest was at a party. “Since she was just with me,...

Summer Fun—Day 48: Be an Agent of Discovery at Patuxent Research Refuge

Become a wildlife secret agent! Help locate and collect missing data while you learn about nature at the Patuxent Research Refuge. The Patuxent Research Refuge...

Backyard Water Fun

Whether it's because camp or the pool is closed, we'll all be spending more time in the backyard this summer.   Here...

Off the Beaten Path—Hike at South River Farm Park

You won’t see many people at South River Farm Park in Edgewater, but you probably will see osprey, blue heron and maybe an eagle...

12 exciting date adventures in the Annapolis area

Date adventures don't have to be a thing of the past for Baltimore/Annapolis area parents. There are plenty of ways for Mommy and Daddy...

5 Cool Caverns to Visit

Updated April 2021 Crystal Grottoes Caverns,7 chambers, rimstone pools, gravel pathSkyline Caverns, 12 chambers, lake, 37 foot waterfall, gravel path Luray Caverns, 11 chambers, Great...

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