...Bring May Flowers! Just in time for the Girl Scouts Troop to complete their Flower Badge on a beautiful Sunday in May at the Bucktoe Creek Preserve. Each scout created a botanist notebook made from recycled paper, which was used to record five different flowers on the preserve. They used magnifying glasses to see up close and record/sketch different segments of the flower, and also recorded the scent and any other observations, such as pollinators in the area or location.
|Creating a botanist notebook.|
After filling up the notebooks, one of TLC's Pennsylvania Master Naturalist
helped the girls create a natural flower terrarium which shows the different layers necessary for flower production.
If your scout troop is interested in earning their nature badge with The Land Conservancy, please contact email@example.com or call 610-347-0347 x 104.
|Adding flowers to the botany notebooks.|