Field Notes Friday Explained

I just got back from my first NAI Region 6 conference, and I am hooked. I grew so much (and in such a short time) learning from fellow naturalists and interpreters.

I’ll write more about the wonderful experience and people later, but more pressing is a need to further explain Field Notes Friday. A lot of people at the conference asked how they can participate, and I want to make clear to anyone from any walk of life that it is easy, fun, and worthwhile to participate.

Check out the new Field Notes Friday Tab for further explanation.

And you’ve still got time! You can post field notes today! And you’ll see from the explanation above that it’s easy to do, and there are lots of benefits to you and to others. Join the fun and the learning.

My field journal with items found at Fort Parker State Park between Groesbeck and Mexia, TX, February 2014

My field journal with items found at Fort Parker State Park (between Groesbeck and Mexia, TX), February 2014

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