Hello Wednesday ! Last Wednesday of November it’s been a busy month. Hope you enjoyed all the Fall project – and Next week we will be Christmas /Winter. Iam not for rushing the Seasons so here’s some last minute looks as we finish up the month -It’s Field Trip Time.. Lisa
It’s local History time & we discover Native Americans : where they lived,eat,played games and the history of the trees & forest. Nothing like a fun group of kids learning about culture & nature. Thanks to the Park Service.
Can You Eat Acorns?
Many insects, birds, and mammals metabolize tannins with fewer ill effects than do humans. Species of acorn that contain large amounts of tannins are very bitter, astringent, and potentially irritating if eaten raw. This is particularly true of the acorns of American red oaks and English oaks.
This is a great post about Eating Acorns / Collecting Them – Eating Acorns Facts
A Project Life page -about the local tree & food sources found in nature . Lead by park employees. Thanks Jane.