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Mondays with Martha

  • Mondays with Martha #81 - Nature Art
    December 7, 2021

    Mondays with Martha #81 - Nature Art

    This week I share some diverse and beautiful nature art from the Chippewa Nature Center's recent Nature Art Show and ask various artists why they choose to do nature-focused work and use natural materials. I hope you enjoy their talents...

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  • Wild Turkey
    November 28, 2021

    Mondays with Martha #79 - Wild Turkey

    Happy Monday and Happy Thanksgiving! This week I discuss one of our most popular game species and a Thanksgiving tradition, the wild turkey. Learn about this big, boisterous game bird's preferred habitats, foods, and how you can support it in...

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  • Attracting Fall Birds
    November 9, 2021

    Mondays with Martha #77 - Attracting Fall Birds

    This week I share some simple tips for attracting fall birds to your landscape. Learn how you can support migrating and year-round resident species as the seasons change! Also, don't forget that Project FeederWatch begins this Saturday, November 13 and...

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  • Little Bluestem video
    November 9, 2021

    Mondays with Martha #76 - Little Bluestem

    This week I encourage you to enjoy the beauty of our native grasses in the fall and discuss in detail little bluestem, a short-statured native prairie grass with a lot of charm! Learn how this drought resistant warm season grass...

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  • Dark-Eyed Junco
    October 25, 2021

    Mondays with Martha #75 - Dark-Eyed Junco

    They're back! This week I feature one of my favorite fall and winter feathered friends, the dark-eyed junco. These "snowbirds" hale the onset of winter weather and flit energetically through the underbrush searching for seeds. Learn how you can support...

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  • Wood Frogs
    October 18, 2021

    Mondays with Martha #74 - Wood Frogs

    This week I discuss one of 13 frog and toad species in Michigan, the wood frog. Cutely masked and capable of cryogenic freezing, this amphibian is a key species in vernal pools and an important part of woodland food webs....

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