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Articles by Andrea Schneibel
Book Review: The Great Healthy Yard Project
September 14, 2016
— Physician and author Diane Lewis tells us why it’s important we get contaminants out of our water once and for all.
Be A Good Egg
Summer is Almost Over, But You Can Still Be a Good Egg
August 29, 2016
— Our educational campaign about coastal birds continues throughout the year. Help us out!
How Birdwatching Can Help Kids Learning About Math
August 12, 2016
— Just a simple and entertaining activity can help school-age children to develop their STEM skills
Community Values Grow with For The Birds!
August 9, 2016
— This educational program is now present in over 20 elementary schools and offers a variety of workshops for families in Brooklyn. But they want to keep growing.
Book Review: Birdwatching in New York City and on Long Island
July 22, 2016
— Author Deborah Rivel, shares with us how to birdwatch in the most urban of environments.
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