Archive for February, 2013

Elizabeth Bradford Artwork To Be Featured At Toast the Earth!

Posted on 28. Feb, 2013 by .

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Renowned Davidson artist Elizabeth Bradford is contributing an original painting, “Moonlight on the Ridge” to the silent auction at this year’s “Toast the Earth” being held April 19th at the River Run Country Club in Davidson, NC. “Moonlight on the Ridge” is an acrylic on canvas 8×10 painting valued at $800.  The Davidson Lands Conservancy […]

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WOW- Great Backyard Bird Count and More!

Posted on 27. Feb, 2013 by .

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It’s not too late to submit your bird counts to the GBBC.  If you participated in this great birding activity on President’s Day weekend you have until March 1 to submit your counts.  I confess to having put off submitting one of mine and plan to do that today! When I first wrote about the […]

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WOW-Great Backyard Bird Count in progress!

Posted on 16. Feb, 2013 by .

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It’s happening right now!  The Great Backyard Bird Count is this weekend.  You can go to this website- http://www.birdsource.org/gbbc/ to submit your count and to see what others are doing.  And, as promised, we have pictures from the local area. New birders Michele and Arielle Trovanto sent me pictures they made this morning!  And I’m including […]

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WOW! Great Backyard Bird Count!

Posted on 12. Feb, 2013 by .

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This weekend Feb. 15-18, is the Great Backyard Bird Count.  Every year on President’s Day Weekend people all over North America count the birds in their yard, their neighborhood, a park or any place they like.  This year the count is open to people all over the world.  Here’s a link that can help you […]

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WOW!- Scaly, Slimy, but Never Scary!

Posted on 02. Feb, 2013 by .

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“Scaly, Slimy, but Never Scary – Come Pet Something That’s Not Hairy”  Led by Ms. Nitya Rao Saturday, February 2nd This was WOW’s third year  with the really cool animals of Davidson College’s Herpetology Lab.  We were very lucky to have Ms. Rao lead this event again, too.  Snakes, turtles, toads, frogs, and salamanders, all […]

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