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Marion Natural History Museum16 viewsThe Marion Natural History Museum's after school group had a great time learning the difference between wild animal tracks, including coyote, raccoon, and bobcat. We also enjoyed practicing how to move like various animals by waddling, walking, bounding, and hopping. Bounding like a fisher cat and hopping like a snow shoe hare were by far the most difficult gaits to practice due to the placement of the rear feet versus the front. Many thanks to Jennifer Carlino for sharing her considerable expertise with us
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Marion’s Annual Clean-up16 viewsMarion’s Annual Clean-up Day sponsored by the Boy Scouts included the future Scouts of Marion: L to R: Harrod Field, Oliver Dube, Charlie Dube. Photo by Tinker Saltonstall
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Marion Natural History Museum26 viewsOn Wednesday, the Marion Natural History Museum after-school group had fun inspecting some of the residents of vernal pools. With the use of magnifying glasses, we studied wood frog and salamander egg masses, log-cabin caddis-fly larvae, tadpoles, and various bugs. All specimens were returned to their original pool and now the students can recognize and, hopefully, protect these animals in the future. We also had a chance to handle some sphagnum moss and took a close look at the plant's structure to see why
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Marion Natural History Museum26 viewsOn Wednesday, the Marion Natural History Museum after-school group had fun inspecting some of the residents of vernal pools. With the use of magnifying glasses, we studied wood frog and salamander egg masses, log-cabin caddis-fly larvae, tadpoles, and various bugs. All specimens were returned to their original pool and now the students can recognize and, hopefully, protect these animals in the future. We also had a chance to handle some sphagnum moss and took a close look at the plant's structure to see why
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Marion Natural History Museum27 viewsOn Wednesday, the Marion Natural History Museum after-school group had fun inspecting some of the residents of vernal pools. With the use of magnifying glasses, we studied wood frog and salamander egg masses, log-cabin caddis-fly larvae, tadpoles, and various bugs. All specimens were returned to their original pool and now the students can recognize and, hopefully, protect these animals in the future. We also had a chance to handle some sphagnum moss and took a close look at the plant's structure to see why
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Cleaning Marion25 viewsTabor students and Cub Scouts worked together to clean Washburn Park and nearly filled a GiftsToGive truck with donated items, while the Boy Scouts spent the day cleaning up County Road. Photos courtesy Marion Scout Pack/Troop 32
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Cleaning Marion24 viewsTabor students and Cub Scouts worked together to clean Washburn Park and nearly filled a GiftsToGive truck with donated items, while the Boy Scouts spent the day cleaning up County Road. Photos courtesy Marion Scout Pack/Troop 32
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Cleaning Marion24 viewsTabor students and Cub Scouts worked together to clean Washburn Park and nearly filled a GiftsToGive truck with donated items, while the Boy Scouts spent the day cleaning up County Road. Photos courtesy Marion Scout Pack/Troop 32
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Cleaning Marion25 viewsTabor students and Cub Scouts worked together to clean Washburn Park and nearly filled a GiftsToGive truck with donated items, while the Boy Scouts spent the day cleaning up County Road. Photos courtesy Marion Scout Pack/Troop 32
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Cleaning Marion15 viewsTabor students and Cub Scouts worked together to clean Washburn Park and nearly filled a GiftsToGive truck with donated items, while the Boy Scouts spent the day cleaning up County Road. Photos courtesy Marion Scout Pack/Troop 32
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Cleaning Marion14 viewsTabor students and Cub Scouts worked together to clean Washburn Park and nearly filled a GiftsToGive truck with donated items, while the Boy Scouts spent the day cleaning up County Road. Photos courtesy Marion Scout Pack/Troop 32
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Cleaning Marion15 viewsTabor students and Cub Scouts worked together to clean Washburn Park and nearly filled a GiftsToGive truck with donated items, while the Boy Scouts spent the day cleaning up County Road. Photos courtesy Marion Scout Pack/Troop 32
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