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Natural History of Puget Sound Country

By Joshua Tewksbury
Natural History of Puget Sound Country, photo by Chimera Singer
Students Amy Hersh (left) and Kate Stevenson laugh as they display the common Pacific tree frog and its predator, the Western terrestrial garter snake (photo by Chimera Singer)

From the new Puget Sound iNaturalist project with 500+ taxa observed, to natural history pages for UW campus done for and by students, I am having a blast exploring new tools in natural history education, and exploring new ways to understand our non-human neighbors.   We got a great photo write-up by Chimera Singer called  Northwest Tapestry in the UW daily.  The photo here, and others, show just how important it is to get out into nature when our focus is to study natural history.

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