Paying attention to our natural environment can get us out of a negative headspace and help us enjoy the moment.
Kath Healy from Nature Play WA shared some great ideas to help your kids get out in nature and see birds. Like planting flowers in your garden to attract more birds. Or going on a nature walk and taking pictures of the birds you see. “There is an app called iNaturalist where you can upload your photographs of nature. The citizen scientists on there will tell you what the animal is where it lives what its scientific name is.”
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