Archive for the ‘Foraging with kids’ Category

Traditionally Tasty Pest: Lerp Psyllids

Traditionally Tasty Pest: Lerp Psyllids

By desertsnail | Foraging, Foraging with kids, learning science in nature, Nature for Kids

Want a sweet (buggy) treat? If you were a old school Australian aborigine, you’d chomp [&hellip

WHO ate my Pinecone??

WHO ate my Pinecone??

By desertsnail | Foraging, Foraging with kids, Hiking with Kids, learning science in nature, Nature for Kids, Outdoor activities for Kids, Outdoor science with kids, Science with Kids

Lots of critters like to munch on pine cones to fatten them up for the [&hellip

Do Roses Have Berries??

Do Roses Have Berries??

By desertsnail | Foraging, Foraging with kids, learning science in nature, Nature for Kids, Outdoor activities for Kids, Uncategorized

Wild roses have their very own “fruit”! Rose plants form little round bulbs at the [&hellip

Lil' Ranger Bear

Lil’ Ranger Bear

By desertsnail | Backpacking, Foraging, Foraging with kids, Hiking, Hiking with Kids, learning science in nature, Nature for Kids, Outdoor activities for Kids, Outdoor science with kids, Science with Kids, Tips

Ranger Bear started as an idea to share nature with Wild Wood Way Kid Adventurers [&hellip