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NatureKids – October 2023

NatureKids – October 2023 This October, participating NatureKids groups joined in on the fall spooky fun by exploring the fascinating world of Owls with crafts and games! The Hampton Fresh Air Collective took out their tools and dissected owl pellets. Learning about owl digestion and exploring skeletons is always a ton of fun! After learning …

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NB Naturalist Feature: Improving our Understanding of Freshwater Mussels in New Brunswick

NB Naturalist Feature: Improving our Understanding of Freshwater Mussels in New Brunswick By Kerstyn Dobbs and Sarah Cusack Freshwater mussels are bivalves that inhabit the benthic zone of freshwater ecosystems, but they are most commonly found in rivers and lakes. New Brunswick historically had 11 different species found all throughout the province, but unfortunately one …

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Preorder Your Commemorative Copy of the NB Naturalist 50th Anniversary Edition Today!

Preorder Your Commemorative Copy of the NB Naturalist 50th Anniversary Edition Today! In 2022, Nature NB celebrated its 50th anniversary! In the upcoming edition of our magazine, the NB Naturalist, we put together the story of our 50 years (and counting!) of accomplishments, field trips, club meetings, advocacy, and more. We are doing a limited print run …

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NB Naturalist Feature: Newly Recorded Tapeworms Infecting Fishes of New Brunswick and the Need for Citizen Science!

NB Naturalist Feature: Newly Recorded Tapeworms Infecting Fishes of New Brunswick and the Need for Citizen Science! By Megan Fraser Parasites are organisms that live on or inside of a host organism; the host suffers some level of harm and the parasite benefits (Loker & Hofkin 2015). Parasitism is a common symbiotic lifestyle, and parasites …

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