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Padilla Bay Summer Newsletter

Publication number Date Published
12-06-004May 2012
VIEW NOW Padilla Bay Summer Newsletter (Number of pages: 8) (Publication Size: 612KB)

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Author(s) Susan Wood
Description This issue includes:
*Wild Edible Plants with Marlee Osterbauer
*David Drummond teaches Corvidea: Jays, Magies, Nutcreackers, Crows, and Ravens
*The Natuare of Haiku with Michael Dylan Welch
*Nature Journals with Libby Mills
*Aquarium Tour and Fish Feeding
*Mud Flat Safaris
*Beach Seines
*Mini Explorers are the 3-5 year olds
*Junior Ecologists are 6-9 year olds
*ART for Learnoing Science Week
*Watershed Letterbox Trail Kickoff
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Keywords Padilla, Padilla Bay, newsletter
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