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Trash-a-thon 2021: Klaus’ Mission

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Check out this awesome video that team Life Bike-quatic made during our Trash-a-thon event in April! What creative techniques have you used during your...

Creature Feature: Bald Eagles

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Scientific Name: Haliaeetus leucocephalus Yurok Name: Tohtet Bald Eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus), or "Tohtet" as they are known in the Yurok language, are an iconic bird of...

Mindful☼Mondays: A Field Guide to Sensuous Repair

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This Monday we’re introducing you to Flood Drafts: A Field Guide for Sensuous Repair, a publication by @loamlove From the Loam website: “Flood Drafts:...

Debris ID: Strapping Bands

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If you've been taking data during your cleanups using the NOAA Marine Debris Tracker App, you've likely come across an item called "Strapping Bands"....

Creature Feature: California Quail

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Common Name: California Quail; Scientific Name: Callipepla californica; Wiyot Name: Dugak Many of you may know the charming California Quail as the state bird of...

Mindful☼Mondays: The Eternal Now

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“The future is a concept. It doesn’t exist. There is no such thing as tomorrow. There never will be because time is always now....

Creature Feature: Great Blue Heron

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Creature Feature: Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias), or Heluqhiyan in the Wiyot language. The Great Blue Heron is the largest species of heron in North...

Mindful☼Mondays: Inventory of Trees

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“Treat your nose to an inventory of the trees in your home. Lift a cup of black tea to your nose. Camellia leaves, redolent...

Debris ID: Yellow Rope & Black Pipe

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Welcome to another installment of Debris ID! This week I'd like to highlight two items we see frequently on Humboldt beaches: yellow rope and...

Creature Feature: Townsend’s Chipmunk

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The Townsend's Chipmunk (Tamias townsendii), or Bushdou'l in the Wiyot language, is one of the cutest critters in Humboldt forests. These feisty creatures can...