At-Home Resources

On this page, we will share conservation education resources to help everyone get through the COVID-19 quarantine. We will continually add links, downloads, and information about conservation issues, local wildlife, natural areas, and at-home activities.

If you have a useful link to share, please send it to info@bccdky.org.

Thank you and stay safe, everyone!

Health Benefits of Outdoor Time

If you're like us, being stuck indoors is no fun! We encourage everyone to make time for nature in your schedule as often as possible  - to take care of your mental, physical, and emotional health. Read more about the science of being outdoors here.

Trees

Did you know almost half of Boone County is forested? Learn more about trees here!

Spring Wildflowers

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The first wildflowers of spring are blooming! How many of these have you seen?

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Boone County's Natural Areas

If you live nearby, visit one of these great parks - but please remember to practice social distancing! (Please note that our two nature preserves, Boone Cliffs and Dinsmore Woods, are currently closed.)

Find more Boone County natural areas here!

 

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Simple Nature Activities

Here are some quick ideas and tips for what do with your time in nature. Have more ideas? Share them with us! Email info@bccdky.org with your ideas.

10 Nature Activities to Help Get Your Family Through the Coronavirus Pandemic - The Children and Nature Network

Birding Is the Perfect Activity While Practicing Social Distancing - Audubon

Daily Dose of Nature Challenge - Highland Center for Natural History

Get Outside While Helping Flatten the Curve - Kentucky Association for Environmental Education

Squatchin' with Susan

There have been multiple Bigfoot sightings around Boone County! Have you seen him?

Click here to find out how to join in Susan's search for Sasquatch and win prizes!