Celebrate spring with this colorful pairing of books and board games all about flowers! Yes, I am featuring another game designed by the incredible Elizabeth Hargrave. Her games are always about things I love. Tussie Mussie is a quick and easy card game with gorgeous art is also about the historic language of flowers! Once… Read more »
Books and Board Games – for Bee Lovers
Nothing is sweeter than a good book. Or maybe a fun board game. Or maybe a spoonful of honey? (Did you know one bee will make one tablespoon of honey in its entire lift!) Combine all three and you have something special! Yes, I love bees. I know they can be scary to some people,… Read more »
Animal Allies Longlisted for Green Earth Book Award from The Nature Generation
I’m so excited that my book Animal Allies: 15 Amazing Women in Wildlife Research is long listed for the Green Earth Book Award presented by the Nature Generation. This collection of incredible books includes a wide range of topics and has something for every age group, and plenty of choices whether you love fiction or… Read more »
What Your First Bird of 2023 Means for Your Year
The start of a new year is fun for birders like me – it means I can count and celebrate seeing birds for the first time that year!! Lots of birders love to celebrate their first bird of the year, and every year the American Birding Association picks a bird of the year. (The Bird… Read more »
Animal Allies is an NSTA Best Book of 2022!
I’m so excited to share that Animal Allies: 15 Amazing Women in Wildlife Science is an Outstanding Science Trade Book for Students K-12 chosen by the National Science Teaching Association!! @elizpagelhoganauthor Thank you to the NSTA!! #science #sciencetok #scienceteacher #scienceteachersoftiktok #books #booksoftiktok #kidsbooks #kidlit #stembooks #Canva ♬ Inspirational Epic – Yevhen Lokhmatov
Have You Ever Seen A Saw-Whet Owl?
Every fall in North America, saw-whet owls migrate south. Project Owlnet is a community science program that gathers data on this tiny, adorable, and angry owls. We are lucky to have a Project Owlnet location nearby and each fall, our family goes to volunteer and help capture, band, and release the birds. I recently put up… Read more »