Our Nature Journaling

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This week’s Calendar of Firsts features a very handsome Pheasant, we have seen several of late.

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Rosie’s Phenology Wheel is a new pretty Rock Dove that has taken to visiting the garden, and a hot cross bun to represent Good Friday.

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My Phenology Wheel for March includes Daffodils and Holy Week.

If you’d like some inspiration for keeping your own Phenology Wheel, I have written the Phenology Wheel Guide that will hold your hand as you begin. Keeping a phenology wheel is a smashing way for you and your family to connect both with nature and each other. A way for all the family to gather together to spend time nature journaling; it doesn’t take up much time at all, and is perfect for families who have children of different ages and stages. Everyone can work together, but at their own level.

5 thoughts on “Our Nature Journaling

  1. Wow! I have never heard of a Phenology Wheel before, but I have always visualized the calendar in a circular shape just like you’ve illustrated. The only difference is that, for some reason, I see it moving counterclockwise (widdershins), almost like a mirror image of what you’ve created here. I can’t wait to give this a try – I’m going to buy a copy of your eBook right now!

  2. Wow! I have never heard of a Phenology Wheel before, but I have always visualized the calendar in a circular shape just like you’ve illustrated. The only difference is that, for some reason, I see it moving counterclockwise (widdershins), almost like a mirror image of what you’ve created here. I can’t wait to give this a try – I’m going to buy a copy of your eBook right now!

    1. That’s very interesting, Kelli!
      Do keep in touch & let me know how you get on.
      Lynn.

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