Every Wednesday on Twitter at 9:00pm EDT there is a thing called #ParkChat. Where people who love the parks (both State and Federal) answer questions with each other and discuss different topics. Its only about an hour long and I … Continue reading When my Twitter Friends made me feel famous
Hello All! Just thought I could share some neat videos, and news articles I found online this week! Below is a neat video I found showcasing a huge pod of common dolphins and three gray whales from above! It was captured by Captain Dave Anderson of Capt. Dave’s Dolphin and Whale Safari in Dana Point, California. Some beautiful footage captured with a GoPro Hero 3 camera attached to a JI Phantom 2 quadcopter. “Capt. Dave explains, “This is the most beautiful and compelling five-minute video I have ever put together. I learned so much about these whales and dolphins from … Continue reading Dolphins, Whales, an Asteriod, And Just Some News
Confusing title? Yeah, I do apologize for that! I’m not quite sure how to word it, so let me just explain it to you! The Creative Action Network and National Parks Conservation Association are “reviving the legacy of the New … Continue reading The See America Project : They ‘saw’ me!!
I know I know, it’s not even Halloween yet!!! Why am I posting angel decorations that look like they could be on a Christmas Tree?!? I didn’t have a blog at the time… and well, they are too cute and sweet not to share! Have you recently been to the beach, and have a rather large collection of seashells? We did after I work a summer at Assateague Island National Seashore! What you need: Seashells! All shapes and sizes. Wooden Balls, wooden spoons, or whatever else you want for the “head”. Ribbon! (We choose a gold glitter ribbon for the … Continue reading DIY: Angel Seashell Decorations