Week of August 15th – 21st

We welcomed Mayo Clinic OB/GYN Residents, Gander Mountain Archery, Osage Volleyball, and Wabasha-Kellogg Parishes.

The Mayo Clinic OB/GYN Residents arrived on Monday afternoon to go up on East Treetops.

Gander Mountain sent their employees to Eagle Bluff  for the week to learn about different Archery products.

The Osage Volleyball Team arrived on Saturday for a day of Group Challenges and West Treetops.

The Wabasha-Kellogg Parishes arrived with high schoolers on Sunday for an afternoon of East Treetops.

 

Phenology

  • A Tiger Salamanderwas seen crossing the road.

    Tiger Salamander

  • There are lots of Frogs and Toads crossing the road at night.
  • More and more Vegetable are ripening in the Eagle Bluff Garden.

 

Thought for the Week

“In nature, nothing is perfect and everything is perfect. Trees can be contorted, bent in weird ways, and they’re still beautiful.”
Alice Walker

 

Nature Trivia Question

Answer to Last Week’s Question:
Dragonflies, as adults and nymphs, eat other insects including mosquitoes, mosquito larvae, flies, other dragonflies, and much more!

This Week’s Question:
What salamanders are found in Minnesota?

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