Our Nature Journals Week 29

Herbal diary this week: A rainy St. Swithin’s Day, Common Sorrel, Curly Dock, Pale Polygonum, and Oak.

My Calendar of Firsts: Blackberries, a 7-spot ladybird, and rain!

6 thoughts on “Our Nature Journals Week 29

  1. Thank you for such lovely videos – we are entering a new world here! Have never done nature journaling and my question is does one do all the work (drawing, details, painting) while outside? Do a partial sketch and complete at home? Or bring samples and look at bird/tree books at home and recreate? Thanks for your patience!

    1. Thank you, Heidi!
      I don’t think that there is just one way to keep a nature journal; sometimes we work in the field, sometimes we bring home nature treasure to work from, sometimes we work from photographs, or even a field guide.
      I hope this helps. Do keep me posted on how you get on 🙂

      1. Thank you so much! We’ve purchased “Exploring Nature with Children,” our notebooks arrive tomorrow. We also purchased a flower press and a traditional stamp (Month/Day/Year) so we’ll date stamp our pages – will look like the traditional library cards :). Have a peaceful week!

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