More quarantine haikus, observations made while walking through Glover Archbold.
Author: Stacie Lee
Haikus for May 2020
While people are social distancing due to COVID-19, many are turning to games and art for entertainment. One recent competition that my workplace indulged in was recreating works of art with household objects and ourselves as subjects. This past week, we all wrote Haikus. Here are mine below. I hope you share some of yours in the comments.
How to See the Trees for the Forest
After twenty years of walking through Glover Archbold, I feel like I’m seeing the park with fresh eyes during the slow daily walks through this patch of land.
Bring The Outside In: For Those in Quarantine
What are some ways we can bring the outdoors inside during our Covid-19 quarantine period?
Lessons Learned from Our First Season in a Community Garden
Read to find out about our lessons learned during our first year tending a community garden plot.
Getting Dirty to Keep Our Parks Clean
The Rock Creek Conservancy volunteer experiences are well-planned, with site leaders who bring supplies and communicate about the event with participants. Learn how you can participate.
5 Ways to Explore Nature in DC Without Owning a Car
My friend Malaka asked me how to experience nature around the city without a car and no more than $25 in car share rides. I list some of the accessible parks nearby.
What DC Coyotes Eat for Dinner
Coyotes have lived in the DC area since at least 2004. Learn more about these four-legged neighbors.
Barred Owl in My Backyard
I’m on the lookout for the birds in my own backyard, Washington, D.C.
Black Bears Don’t Growl
To avoid the crowded trails closer to the city, we headed out to Grottoes, Virginia for a backcountry hike in Shenandoah.