Connecting With Nature

Rob Garman, a fan of CBF's Facebook page, recently wrote, "Connecting With Nature has impressed me so much that I featured it in my new website http:natureconnections.net."

The post intrigued me so I checked it out. Garman describes the site as focusing "on learning to observe and connect with the natural world around us." The site has a plethora of stories and information for the backyard nature lover.

Kim Ethridge

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