Natural Connections TWO Chapter Illustrations
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I’m working on a book project this winter/spring, and I’m trying to get as many people involved as possible! I hosted an art contest to get kids involved by illustrating the articles that I’m including in the book. There are still quite a few chapters that could use art, so I’m expanding the opportunity to include kids and adults, and trying to get friends and family involved. I’ve created a Google Doc spreadsheet where you can sign up to illustrate a specific chapter, so that you don’t have to compete against each other. As long as the illustration you submit will reproduce is not grossly scientifically innacurate, then your illustration will be included! If there's an issue with your drawing, I'll give you a chance to correct it before I open up the chapter for someone else to give it a try. Emily Stone, Naturalist/Education Director, Cable Natural History Museum. 715-798-3890, emily@cablemuseum.org, PO Box 295, Cable, WI 54821
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Please claim the chapter(s) you'd like to illustrate by putting your name in the left hand column. Please note: your artwork will be displayed along that of elementary school students, so please do not feel self-conscious about your recent lack of practice or anything like that. I'm just excited to have a way to get more friends involved in the book!
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You can find the articles on the Natural Connections Blog. Use the titles and keywords provided to search the blog. Emily@cablemuseum.org
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The full information and entry form are available on the Museum's website bly clicking on the Natural Connections menu item, or visiting http://cablemuseum.org/connect/ . Please print and send or email them with your entry. Digital entries are fine as long as you get give me a high-res jpeg. Emily@cablemuseum.orghttp://cablemuseum.org/connect/
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Please disregard the age requirements on the original information. Disclaimer: the book manuscript is still being edited, so there is a chance that the chapter you illustrate won't make the final cut! I'll let you know as soon as I know, though.
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ARTWORK IS DUE BY March 12, 2018
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Bloghttp://cablemuseumnaturalconnections.blogspot.com/
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Entry formhttps://s3.amazonaws.com/wwwcablemuseumorg-cdn/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Nature-Art-and-Literacy-a-Natural-Connection-TWO-kid-and-adult.pdf
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YOUR NAME! Title in BookTitle on blogtopic
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Dawn BronsonHairy Woodpecker in the FogHairy Woodpecker in the FogHairy Woodpecker
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Jane WeberThe Jewels of SummerJewels of SummerDragonfly Nymphs
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Dawn BronsonSkiing Through HistorySkiing Through HistoryNorway spruce
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Neel DumsSnow FleasSnow Fleassnow fleas
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Sherry NiedsGrouse HouseGrouse HouseRuffed grouse snow cave
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Roxanne JohnsonSurrenderSurrenderLichens in winter
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Jane WeberWinter HouseguestsWinter House guestsFunnel-web Spider
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Sue ThurnGoldenrod Gall MothGoldenrod Gall MothGoldenrod Gall Moth
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Brad GingrasThe Black-Masked BanditThe Black-Masked Banditnorthern shrike, mouse in tree
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Helen BolgrienHot and Cold for SpringHot and Cold for SpringFrozen Wood Frog
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Abby PagelThe Pulse of a Waking ForestThe Pulse of a Waking ForestRuffed Grouse Drumming
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Linda LuhmanTurkey VulturesTurkey VulturesTurkey Vultures
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Wyatt StraponThe Symphony of SpringThe Symphony of SpringWood Frogs and Spring Peepers
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Suzanne StoneThe Loons are BackThe Loons are BackA Pair Of Loons
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NCT NavigatorAn Ephemeral MysteryAn Ephemeral Mystery
cut-leaved toothwort leaves and roots
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Victoria ZalatorisBird Muscles and MigrationBird Muscles and MigrationYellow-Rumped Warbler
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Madison GingrasSpring PhenologySpring Phenology
any of: bird migration from South America, yellow-rumped warblers vs black-throated green warblers
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Susan Core (or kids)Winter WrenWinter WrenWinter Wren
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Brooke SapperThe Toads Wake TrillingThe Toads Wake TrillingAmerican Toad
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Mimi CrandallBog Buckbean: Nothing like its NameBog Buckbean: Nothing like its NameBog buckbean in flower, with leaves
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Cian BraunThe Charm of SundewSundewRound-leaved sundew
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Janet BarthelCicadasCicadasOkanagana balli
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Kate StolpA Clay-Colored Sparrow ReturnsHome Again: Clay-colored SparrowClay-Colored Sparrow
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Vivianne HankeHigher PlantsHigher PlantsThree-Toothed Cinquefoil
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Brooke SapperTwinflower Far AwayTwinflower Far AwayTwinflower (Linnea Borealis)
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Mollie KrebCrossing the MoatCrossing the MoatHorned Bladderwort
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Leslie or Wyatt Strapon Dreaming of an Elfin SkimmerDreaming of an Elfin SkimmerElfin Skimmer dragonfly male
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Mollie KrebPitcher Plant PartnershipsPitcher Plant Partnerships
pitcher plant, Sarracenia purpurea and all its inhabitants
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Doug StubbeNorthwoods LobstersNorthwoods Lobsterslobster mushrooms
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Tanya's family?Tongues of the EarthTongues of the Earthearth tongue fungus
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Drew GuttormsonBear CornBear CornBear Corn
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Sherry NiedsIsle Royale: How did you get here?Isle Royale: How did you get here?
Isle Royal -- Red Squirrel, Moose, Or Wolf
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Leslie straponIsle Royale: How did orchids get here?Isle Royale: How did orchids get here?Rattlesnake Plantain Orchid
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leslie straponBugling at DawnBugling at DawnBull Elk Bugling
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Zoe BraunDiscovering Pin LichensDiscovering Pin Lichenspin lichens
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Michael BeugFun Guys in the FenFun Guys in the FenNeocudoniella radicella
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Braun, e http://chla.library.cornell.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=chla;idno=5077659_4253_002 Nepticulidae of North America
Growing Up Before My EyesGrowing Up Before My Eyesleaf mine in maple leaf
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Jennifer RuttenHow to Make a Beaver SparkleHow to Make a Beaver Sparklebeaver swimming
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Vivianne HankeJack PineJack Pinejack pine
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Sue ThurnNot MosquitoesNot MosquitoesFungus gnats
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Victoria Zalatoris
Five Things that Improve after a Hard Freeze
Five Things that Improve after a Hard Freeze
any of: cranberry, Bruce spanworm moth, mosquito
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Janet MooreWood Wide Web IWood Wide Web Itrees connected by roots
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Margo ButlerWood Wide Web IIWood Wide Web II
trees connected by roots and fungus
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Michelle AllisonThe Elegant Simplicity of MossThe Elegant Simplicity of Mossmoss in winter
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Susan LewisWhere are the Loons?Where are the Loons?Common Loon Flying
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Susan LewisWillow Pine Cone GallsWillow Pine Cone GallsWillow Pine Cone Galls
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Susan Core (or kids)Little Kings of the Winter WoodsLittle Kings of the Winter Woodsgolden-crowned kinglets
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