Do You: Enjoy nature but don’t know what you’re seeing? Want to be more confident in drawing nature? Want to start a nature journal but don’t know how? Join the Intro to Nature Journaling course– Here’s what we’ll explore in this introductory class live online…
Author: Melinda Nakagawa
This morning I stumbled upon a live web cam at Brooks Falls, Katmai National Park, Alaska, USA. Salmon were leaping out of the water, attempting to jump upstream. Brown bears were chewing on freshly-caught salmon sashimi. The falls, the pool, the island, and the scenery…
Today we celebrated 14 weeks on online nature journaling meetings, and discussed some new ways we might be able to share in the future meetings. Other questions that came up: about INIWIRMO (I notice, I wonder, It reminds me of), Sacrificial pancakes, myth of “right way”, pencil miles.
Here is your chance to give your feedback on how you like these Sunday Nature Journal Club meetings. Link to Form
Join marine biologist and nature journaler, Melinda Nakagawa for a virtual trip to the tidepools of Pacific Grove, California.
Learn about the who lives there and how to capture them in our nature journals.
For more nature journaling with Melinda see upcoming classes.
Participant nature journal pages
I was recently interviewed by Marley Peifer, host of The Nature Journal Show.
Learn a little how I started nature journaling by myself to creating an online journaling community. I’ll share what inspired me to start the Monterey Bay Nature Journal Club– and how YOU can build a nature journaling community in your area.