Thursday, January 12, 2012

Seldom Seen Delights

The above image as well as the ones I posted here on December 16 (scroll back a page) are now available in the form of greeting cards - blank inside and with natural history notes on the back - at the Main Street Artists Gallery in Quincy. 
Beginning Saturday February 4, I hope to offer a class through Feather River College called Adventures in Nature Journaling.  Watch for official announcements soon.  In this class we will visit a different site in or near Quincy for each scheduled Saturday morning in order to discover the many "seldom seen sights" in our local forests, meadows, and roadsides, and indulge in several possible ways of creating nature journals.  People who are interested in creative writing, drawing, painting, photography, or combinations of these modes, are welcome to inquire further by e-mail ( before 'official' advertising begins.  I plan to offer two, 6-week sessions of the class during the spring semester, Session I on Saturdays between Feb. 4 and March 17, and Session II  on Saturdays between March 24 and May 5.  I will also offer at least one all-day excursion to Table Mountain near Oroville (car pooling to be organized) during the peak time of wildflower blooming, usually between late March and early April.  Watch here and elsewhere for announcements.  Join me in discovering Plumas County's many "seldom seen delights."

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