Lutherville Timonium, MDUSA
Hometown: Perry Hall, Maryland
October 7, 2011
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Thank you Charlie for your welcome greeting. I am no longer able to draw because of hand tremors, but I am always interested in any insect. I was also an avid birder, but have physical limitations- so most of my field work is pretty tame these days. The MD NHS site is terrific.
Thanks for the message Charlie! I joined hoping to attend things but I have to wait for a little while. Hope to be able to go to some events soon!
Thanks Charlie! I am so excited about my new mission!
During my 13 years as a Boy Scout leader, I enjoyed nature, conservation , and teaching as well. I have a small natural history museum at home...where does your group meet?
Thanks, Charlie! I'll make it to the new(er) NHSMd someday, meanwhile I'm enjoying lurking on the Meetup group ;)
Thanks for your kind greeting Charlie. I will attend one of your walks soon.
Charlie, I have five acres in Reisterstown and am hosting my third bonfire on the 25th of August. I would love to see you here, last time we had 25 folks with two guitarists show up. It would be fun to walk the grounds with you and learn more about some of the edible plants. Might even use some!
Hope you can make it...stuArt (here's the link) http://www.meetup.com/Baltimore-Metro...
Just figuring this all out, so an overdue thanks for the welcome! We are in the city behind the pediatric hospital woods in Mt. Washington-amazingly full of wild critters! My 12 year old is very interested in snakes so I'm looking at packing into her home school curriculum as much snake related stuff as possible. Lots of stuff on the web, but I was wondering if there is an established ratio of something like the width of a snake vertebra to how big in diameter that snake would be?