March of the Newts
Follow one of the forest’s funkiest creatures into a gangly gathering of amphibious affection… and learn how you can help protect these sensitive animals from an emerging disease.
Learn more at salamanderfungus.org/
Produced in Cooperation with the Bsal Task Force.
Filmed in the Siuslaw National Forest and McDonald-Dunn Research Forest – College of Forestry at Oregon State University
An interesting article about newts: The deceptively cute newt: ‘You don’t want to kiss them‘
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SOME OTHER RESOURCES ESPECIALLY INTERESTING DURING THIS "STAY HOME" ERA
IslandWood's Phenology Friday
Each week, one of IslandWood’s educators will be sharing a phenological highlight. Watch the video of their explorations and then share your own observations with us using #PhenologyFriday!
Rediscovering Science with the WET Science Center
Date: June 19- August 31
Join the WET Science Center for science exploration with activities you can do at home! Every week there is a different theme to keep you curious about the world around you.
Recommended grades: Kindergarten – 7th grade.
Hakai Magazine explores science, society, and the environment from a coastal perspective. Not only is its content instructive, but it's presentation is visually inspiring.
Pacific Wonder Tracker
Pacific Wonder Tracker celebrates the delicious sense of wonder we experience when exposed to the natural environment. It is also specific to the natural wonders of the Pacific Northwest. Whether you live here, plan to visit, or just have a curious mental itch, you can enjoy reading about wonders you may encounter in coastal Washington and Oregon.
The Marine Detective
Jackie Hildering invites you to her blog: "Join me in the cold, dark, life-sustaining NE Pacific Ocean to discover the great beauty, mystery and fragility hidden there." But even before you get to the blog, on her home page there is a slideshow of absolutely stunning photographs.
Living on Earth
Public Radio's Environmental News Magazine. If you're looking for some substance beyond the normal focus of our media on sports, politics, fashion, and economy, listen to this show which does a great job of portraying earth ecosystems as something essential to our lives. The stories it tells are compelling.
Encyclopedia of Puget Sound
Remote Science Learning
Use this guide to find science resources to supplement remote learning. Thurston County environmental organizations have developed activities for all ages. This resource is provided by the Thurston County ECO Network.
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