Watch animals making things.
When you think of bees, you probably think of someone who looks like this: The decline of the domesticated European honeybee, Apis mellifera, has had considerable media attention since colony collapse disorder reared its ugly head in the early 2000s. But scientists are documenting the decline of other bee species, native to the U.S. TheseContinue reading “April: Nature in Cambridge”
Free, indoor art event this Saturday for ages 4–10 engages kids with the animal world! Register to drop in to the Nocturnal Animal Art Buffet, 2:00–4:00 p.m.
Join Barbara J. Thomas, Elizabeth Quinlan, and Anne Marie Lambert for a poetry stroll at Alewife on August 18th at 10:00 a.m. Details here.
This month there’s quite a bit going on outdoors in Cambridge for kids, especially on Sundays. Use your creativity to make box puppets of local animals at Art at the Farm on August 13th, watch the monarch caterpillars grow all month and then be released at Fresh Pond Reservation on August 19th, and become anContinue reading “Art at the Farm, Monarchs, and Insectives”
Art and Nature will meet once again in a Cambridge open space on Thursday, July 26. Now postponed to Friday, July 27, due to the weather forecast. The third annual Fly, Buzz, and Honk! Festival offers guided nature exploration for children, a pollinator relay game, puppet-making, make-your-own nature journal, National Moth Week activities, and anContinue reading “Fly, Buzz, and Honk!….Again”
Information about a guided bird walk offered by Friends of Fresh Pond Reservation on July 14, 2018.
Suggestions for kids on Mother’s Day 2018.
Join neighbors to work on the perimeter of Jerry’s Pond, formerly known as Jerry’s Pit, in North Cambridge.
The Cambridge Wildlife Puppetry Project (CWPP) began distributing two new local wildlife cards at the Honk! Parade on October 8, 2017. Raúl Gonzalez III drew urban raccoons for one of the new cards. Known as Raúl the Third, Gonzalez is the Pura Belpre award-winning illustrator of Lowriders to the Center of the Earth and Lowriders inContinue reading “Cambridge Wildlife Trading Cards Released”