“Earth Day can be Every Day” - explore nature journaling with Clare Walker Leslie Keeping a nature journal encourages us to observe and connect with the outdoors through images and the written word. A nature journal is a place to grow one's thoughts, observations, and relationship with the natural world. Clare Walker Leslie, a professional wildlife artist, naturalist and educator, will be at the Concord Bookshop on Sunday, April 10 at 3pm, to speak about how she got started keeping a nature journal, the benefits of journaling, and how she has journaled in all kinds of locations - from her own backyard to such distant locations as the Arctic and Africa. The author will present an interactive session using techniques discussed in her most recent book, The Nature Connection: An Outdoor Workbook for Kids, Families and Classrooms. Paper and pencils will be available for you to describe your own nature notes while Clare talks about how she creates her books from her own nature journals. The Nature Connection was inspired by the 30 years Clare Walker Leslie has taught Nature Journaling in classrooms for all ages, around the country. The book is full of exciting information and things to do directly outdoors, season by season, in your own local landscape. It is a book of natural history information as well as ways to learn more about the creatures, plants, weather, woods and fields in your own backyard. (TooFondOfBooks)
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