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Remarkable Birds Up Close & Personal at Winton Centre,Winton Woods, Great Parks of Hamilton County

June 15, 2015 from 7pm to 9pm
Come join us at the Audubon Society of Ohio meeting this Monday, June 15 at 7 pm. Jim Mundy of Nature’s Ark Photography will be presenting “Remarkable Birds, Up Close and Personal.” He will feature an array of his favorite species that can be found in our area and some special species that Jim has run across in his travels throughout North America. Jim will share his insights into their ecology and conservation and a few stories on how he got some of his incredible shots! Need a little…See More
Jun 13, 2015
Carol Mundy commented on Carol Mundy's event WEED ID WORKSHOP
"because some of us are challenged by dates / days on a calendar... The WEED ID class is really on THURSDAY, April 30th Butler County Extension Office more info at…"
Apr 23, 2015
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WEED ID WORKSHOP at Butler County Extension Office

April 30, 2015 from 10:30am to 2pm
I'm getting ready to teach next week's WEED ID class at the Butler County Extension Office on Wednesday, April 30. We will be inside for a little bit in the morning, then walk about on the property around the building to ID weeds. You know you need this class! Join us - Contact Cindy Meyer at the Ohio State, Butler County Extension office 513.887.3722 meyer.842@osu.eduSee More
Apr 22, 2015
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"Gorgeous Great Horned Owl! Females are larger than males. If female is on the nest incubating eggs, the male will bring her food (mice, rats, rabbits, skunks!) GHO doesn't have much of a sense of smell and eat skunks without being bothered.…"
Feb 14, 2015
Carol Mundy commented on Dianne's blog post Shrew & Mole Damage
Jan 17, 2015
Carol Mundy commented on Dianne's blog post Shrew & Mole Damage
Jan 17, 2015
Carol Mundy commented on Dianne's blog post Shrew & Mole Damage
"Mark - I have to disagree about using Talaprid. The toxin contained within what looks like a "gummy worm" is a neurotoxin and will affect the central nervous system. Any creature that eats it will suffer consequences - including those…"
Jan 17, 2015
Carol Mundy posted a status
"Bothered by the shells of sunflower seeds piling up? Consider using "no mess" variety of seeds. Shelled safflower is an excellent choice."
Jan 17, 2015
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"Get more veggies in your meals, roast them Carrots, squash, beets, brussel sprouts Fantastic! Roasted vegetables can be used in many dishes"
Jan 3, 2015
Carol Mundy commented on Mark Webber's blog post Cross section of a pine needle
"I've also worked as histologist - and was always amazed to see the striking beauty in the tiniest slice of tissue to reveal the cell structures - gorgeous!"
Jan 2, 2015
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Whose Yard is it Anyway? at Dan Beard Council BSA, Scout Achievement Center

January 5, 2015 from 7pm to 8:30pm
Join Naturalist Carol Mundy for "WHOSE YARD IS IT ANYWAY?" for the Miami Group of Sierra Club. Monday, Jan 5 at 7pm - you're welcome to come too! You have the yard just the way you like it when the drama begins…flower heads are eaten, trees have been rubbed raw, and bark has been stripped. You see holes in the ground, nests in the shrubs and babies under the deck! Wildlife has moved in and you’re thinking “whose yard is it anyway?” We’ll discuss many aspects of dealing with wildlife in your…See More
Jan 2, 2015
Carol Mundy commented on Scott Martin's photo
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Great Blue Heron I think

"DUDE! Not a Great Blue Heron - but a fantastic SANDHILL CRANE!!!!! How odd that it is walking in this suburban area! They are 10 times more skiddish than Herons Very Cool Shot - thanks for posting! Scott - this Sat Jan 3, Mark & I will be…"
Jan 2, 2015
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unusual bounty

While cleaning up our vegetable garden last week we harvested some unusual bounty. I had some boards I had been using as walkways all summer, as I lifted the boards I found three salamanders! Two Jefferson Salamanders Ambystoma jeffersonianum and one Red-backed Salamander Plethodon cinereus. What a find! and what an unusual combination. You see the thin-bodied red-back salamander is completely terrestrial. It lays its eggs in leaf litter under decaying logs and lives out it life in leaf litter…See More
Nov 7, 2014
Carol Mundy posted a status
"Cleaning up our vegetable garden last week we harvested some unusual bounty. Three salamanders! More info on Saturday's Garden Talk"
Nov 7, 2014

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unusual bounty

Posted on November 7, 2014 at 7:50pm 0 Comments

While cleaning up our vegetable garden last week we harvested some unusual bounty. I had some boards I had been using as walkways all summer, as I lifted the boards I found three salamanders! Two Jefferson Salamanders Ambystoma jeffersonianum and one Red-backed Salamander Plethodon cinereus. What a find! and what an unusual combination. You see the thin-bodied red-back salamander is completely terrestrial. It lays its eggs in leaf litter under decaying logs and lives out it life in leaf…

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New Adventure for Carol Mundy

Posted on June 17, 2014 at 2:35pm 0 Comments

 I am about to embark on a new adventure as I am retiring from the Great Parks of Hamilton County at the end of this month. Let's keep the connections going, sharing information and staying sharp! You can find me at The Crow Knows - a consulting and education service here in Cincinnati. Mark Webber asks me questions all the time!  You can too! Let me know if I can be of service to you on an upcoming project or bring in a training workshop with a natural twist for your staff.…

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Meet Carol Mundy and Spring Into Learning!

Posted on February 13, 2014 at 10:26am 0 Comments

Hi GardenTalk folk - you've likely heard me on the air with Mark talking mostly about wildlife but I am a plant enthusiast as well.   Believe it or not SPRING is coming! For me waiting for wildflower season is lot like the anticipation a kid has waiting for Christmas.  The dull forest floor explodes into soft greens topped with amazing blooms.  Dutchman's Breeches, Woodland Phlox, Trillium, Bloodroot and the list goes on and on.  Every spring I am bombarded with questions about wildflowers…

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