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Thursday, March 26, 2015

This Morning in a Habitat Yard

We can't believe it. It has been a path with unexpected adventures. This week marks a full year of weekly posted Earth Minutes!

We've shown one minute adventures from wind-swept Mongolia to Australia's Great Barrier Reef. For our One Year Anniversary we go back to what The Earth Minute is all about–taking time to connect with the world around you.

Start on your own doorstep. This morning was like everyday in our yard: filled with the wonder of other living things.


band-tailed pigeon
If you take a minute, the world opens up to you. Offer habitat for local plants and creatures and they will share their lives.

The Bewick's wrens have returned to nest again this year. Watch them build last year's nest.

We're starting young oak trees to help continue the oak savannah so important to California's open spaces. And we continue to add California native plants, like this blue-eyed grass, that provide resources for native bees and insects.

Here are a few of our favorite Earth Minutes from this year:

Yellowstone Bison Jam

Discover Fern Canyon, Prairie Creek, Redwoods National Park

Spotting a Wild Lace Monitor, Australia

Take a Walk in the Rain - New York's Central Park

Malibu Legacy Park - L.A.'s Hidden Gardens #2

Floating the Outlet Stream of Squanga Lake, Yukon Territory Canada

See all of The Earth Minute moments:

See California
Human Culture
World Traveler Locations
Organic Sound (recorded in the location)

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