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Using YardMap for Schoolyard Habitat Improvements

This blog is part of a school garden series sponsored by Alaska Fertilizer. Learn more about school gardens and grant opportunities. Whether you’re in a bustling urban setting or a quiet rural environment, birds are a great resource for engaging students in learning about nature and the environment. Taking students outside to study birds and the […]

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Maintaining your Classroom Feeder

Try these five tips for keeping your classroom feeder clean and the birds who visit it safe and healthy.

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How Do Birds Survive Winter?

I know autumn has arrived in New York when I begin to see flocks of Canada Geese fly over head in their classic V-formation, headed south for the winter. While Canada Geese have a short migration, some species travel thousands of miles. Arctic Terns fly nearly 25,000 miles to their wintering grounds! If you are ever envious of the […]

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