NatureGuide helps people use technology to build a deeper connection to the environments they love.
Learning about the natural world is not easy – and as more of us live in cities – fewer people are making this effort. NatureGuide apps aim to make learning about nature simple – giving you introductory information about the things you see when you see them. No more trawling through reference books when you get home. We aim to help you transform that wall of undifferentiated green into a crowd of familiar faces.
This summer, the rewilding team has been busy designing a Tented Camp experience in the Southern Carpathians rewilding landscape. The infrastructure for the Tented Camp is made up of highly durable tents and other amenities designed to provide comfort for tourists who want to spend a couple of nights in a remote and wild natural area, explore the surroundings with specialized wildlife guides but also offer an exclusive experience to those who are not the usual campers.
Rewilding and wildlife comeback are raising the profile of the Oder Delta as a nature tourism destination. By equipping local nature guides with the right skills and tools, the South Baltic Nature Guide Network is improving livelihoods, enhancing the tourist experience and ensuring sustainability.
Seasonal Nature Tour Guide – Tree Adventure/Treetop Village at Arbor Day Farm Does public speaking excite you? Essential functions of the Tour Guide position:
The new DK Nature Guides form a comprehensive, accessible, and informative series of illustrated reference books that tackle key natural history subjects in DK’s inimitable style.
From beech to buttonwood, pear to polar, walnut to weeping willow, Nature Guide: Trees is packed full of stunning images that reveal intricate details and unique characteristics of each tree, whether a spore, seed, or flowering tree.
Male regal fritillaries begin to emerge in early June; the females emerge a few days later. These butterflies have a single, but very long brood: eggs won’t be laid until early fall.
Tiger salamander aquatic larvae transform into land-dwelling subadults from late July to early September.
The History of Svalbard taught during two weeks in the beginning of the second semester. The point of departure of the course is the gradual colonization and exploration of the circumpolar Arctic from pre-historic times until the modern period.
Safe Guiding in the Arctic, Value-based Guiding and Teaching Arctic Nature and Arctic safety and field leadership are courses taught throughout the whole of the academic year. They are mainly practically oriented, but also includes a theoretical approach. Safe Guiding in the Arctic and Value-based Guiding and Teaching Arctic Nature includes field trips of longer and shorter durations in the varied Arctic nature throughout the year. Arctic safety and field leadership comprises concentrated courses in arctic safety as Polarbear safety, Arctic First aid, sea ice navigation, navigation and communication, using a Zodiac and a snow scooter. Planning risk analysis, HSE, quality assurance and situational leadership.