Are you comfortable taking groups outside?
Do you want to get more out of a NATURE experience?
Come learn and see through our naturalist’s eyes, have your participants enjoy the outdoors and develop the senses of wonder.
SADLY most kids do not play outside in a natural environment so this is a trip to a foreign place.
The Nature Leader Training goal is to inspire our participants to take groups outside and connect with nature.
Get some nature daily & enjoy our fun photos –
There is lots more in the GEAR SHOP!
E-Corps Gear Shop.
Find more great places to visit outside – is this on the Challenge list?
NWRS – Refuge Locator Map.
Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas & Happy NEW 2015!
“There is a restorative power in nature, that replenishes our spirit, renews our bond with the great outdoors and causes us to come alive.” – E-Corps Crew
John F. Kennedy famously said, “One man can make a difference and every man should try.”
Enjoy these Top Nature Cams from the Nature Conservancy.
Top Nature Cams.
Join us to watch – if we are weather challenged we will watch virtually! REGISTER HERE
“NASA – How to See the Best Meteor Showers of the Year: Tools, Tips and ‘Save the Dates’…”
Comet of Origin: 3200 Phaethon Radiant: constellation Gemini
Active: Dec. 4-17, 2013
Peak Activity: Dec. 13-14, 2014
Peak Activity Meteor Count: 120 meteors per hour
Meteor Velocity: 22 miles (35 kilometers) per second
Notes: The Geminids are typically one of the best and most reliable of the annual meteor showers. This shower is considered one of the best opportunities for younger viewers who don’t stay up late, because it gets going around 9 or 10 p.m. local time. This year, the last quarter moon will rise around midnight, making the prime time for viewing the first half of the night.
How to observe by the American Meteor Society