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kestrel in flight
Raptors are birds of prey such as eagles, hawks, falcons or owls. Their innate abilities to survive can teach us about adaptations and the critical role raptors play in our environment. As predators at the top of the food chain, raptor populations are sensitive to environmental changes; their fate is linked directly with human actions....
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girl taking picture
The National Youth Summit on Photography Skills & Careers held annually in February/March is designed for both the experienced and casual photographer. The summit provides an opportunity for teens in grades 9-12 to gain knowledge while they explore emerging photography careers and related skills necessary for entry into tomorrow’s workforce. They will hear from leaders...
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kestrel in flight
There’s a great live bird presentation happening at the Brandwein Nature Learning Preserve on Sunday, October 20 from 1 to 4 pm. Join Bill Streeter from the Delaware Valley Raptor Center for a program on local birds of prey. We’ll learn about how these masters of the skies live and survive. Bill’s show includes several...
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National Agri Science logo
The National 4‑H Youth Summit on Agri-Science provides an opportunity for 4‑H members in grades 9-12 to develop the skills and knowledge needed for the challenges facing agriculture, food security, and sustainability. National 4 H Council and National 4 H Conference Center have partnered with agricultural scientists, researchers, leaders, politicians, and advocates to host the...
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Ideal Farms Garden Center
This October 26th and 27th, Ideal Farms will be hosting the fourth annual Ideal Farms Maker Festival. Come join us for a weekend of STEM, Art, and DIY culture. This year, we’re looking to expand the selection of events. Any Science Fair project, STEM Club, Art and Craft Club are welcome to participate. There’ll be...
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citizen science in practice at BNLP
Citizen Science is a new approach to scientific research. Instead of using just highly educated professional scientists, Citizen Science invites everybody (citizens) to collect information/data that can be evaluated and used by scientists/experts. Everyday people can observe, document and share scientific data with free software using their smartphones. With lots of groups involved, a crowd...
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