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Children and Science

I am a "new" trail guide, starting my third year as part of the Warner family. There is so much I love about this incredible place. Bringing children out on the trails and helping them experience the joy and wonder at the workings of the natural world. Knowing that important scientific research is incorporated into the teaching and learning that happen here, After reading recently of the steep decline in our country's bird populations, I am encouraged knowing Warner has decades of data from their bird banding program that can inform scientists in their efforts to conserve bird populations. I am grateful to everyone at Warner for creating this special place that serves as a pathway to stronger relationships with the natural world for all who enter here.

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Patty Mueller

Warner Nature Center Trail Guide

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