Category Archives: Nature Study

November Nature Walk

Since there are so many trees in Hollywood Cemetery I thought we would spend our walk this month trying to identify as many of them as we can. I found a great printable on Pinterest for identifying leaves which you … Continue reading

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October Nature Walk: Decomposers

This month we’ll be looking at the ways in which the cemetery is preparing for next spring’s growth. We’ll be looking at small things so if you have a magnifying glass bring it along. We’ll also be collecting and releasing … Continue reading

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Signs of Fall: September Nature Walk

Tomorrow we’ll be hitting the cemetery again to look for signs of the change of seasons. Hopefully the weather will cooperate but we do this rain or shine unless it is really storming. Please bring the printout below as well … Continue reading

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August Nature Walk: Where Is The Water?

Last month’s walk involved just familiarizing ourselves with Hollywood Cemetery a bit. This month I want to go on a bit of a hunt: for water sources. Please download and print the activity for this month and meet in the … Continue reading

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Nature Study (Hollywood Cemetery Nature Walk Info)

This post contains affiliate links. When S and I were growing up, we lived in the country (his family farmed in Tennessee and mine homesteaded in Virginia) and had literally acres of land to explore and plenty of chances to … Continue reading

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