Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Happy Birthday to Us!

That's right, it's been a year since we started the Natural Capital.

Photo credit: Theresa Thompson
What do we want for our birthday? Leave us a comment and tell us your favorite post from the last year, or something that you've learned from the Natural Capital, or a new place you visited because you read about it here. Or, just tell us a little bit about yourself.

Just click below where it says "comments/questions - leave one here!" to go to the comment form. We made it all big so you won't miss it. (Unless you're reading us in RSS, in which case you'll have to come on over here first. Come on, you can do it!)

To get you started, here's a list of our ten most popular posts in the last year, according to Google Analytics:

1. Car-Free DC: Rock Creek Park
2. LOOK FOR: Monarch Caterpillars (and Raise Them!)
3. Car-Free DC: Ten Great Places to Hike Around DC by Public Transportation (and Counting)
4. Where Do You Go For Fall Foliage? and Places to Look for Fall Foliage in the DC Area
5. Getting Kids Into Nature: Great Websites
6. Car-Free DC: Glover Archbold Park
7. LOOK FOR: Sumac Berries
8. Scott's Run Nature Preserve
9. Attachment to Nature Parenting:  10 Tools to Give Kids a Passion for Nature
10. Patuxent River Park: Jug Bay Natural Area

Thanks for reading!


dcpatton said...

I enjoyed Look For: Paw Paws. It inspired me to try them for the first time. After harvesting some in the fall, this spring I have spotted the blooms in many places.

Thanks. Happy Birthday!

rla_2 said...

congratulations, and many more!

what to look for posts are my favorite. two standouts are the paw paws and spicebush

thank you

Michelle said...

Hmmm... I'd have to say skunk cabbage flowers. I never would have seen nor smelled those odiferous flowers without The Natural Capital. Though my nose still twitches when I recall the experience.

Happy Birthday!

Liz Guertin said...

I read the post about Yellow Bellied Sapsuckers and then led a hike for the Sierra Club the next weekend, and, what-do-you-know!, evidence of Yellow Bellied Sapsuckers everywhere that I could point out to my hikers, explain the migration, and be knowledgeable in the woods! Excellent!

Happy Birthday! I love you!

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