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    katieb426 posted:
    Actually, I'm just testing everything out with this new format, so I'm going to dive right in and add a tip just to see how it works!

    Winter is a great time to explore nature. Animal tracks are easily visible in the snow. Birds' nests are easily visible in the bare trees.

    I like to take my kids on a trail that runs along a nearby river. We follow rabbit tracks to their dens. We look for all sizes of birds nests- including eagles that nest near there! We can find raccoon tracks, etc. We look for hibernating animal dens. It's a great activity for these long winter months!
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