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It is almost impossible to cross a lake covered in fresh snow and not make snow angels, as seasonal naturalist Dan Bera learned Tuesday afternoon. Bera, a naturalist with the Mississippi Headwaters Audubon Society, led six Young Naturalist participants across Spearhead Lake. From left are Israel Landes, Chris Armstrong, Jared Winge, Matthew Winge, Sophie Warrick and Jey Shua. They spent the day learning winter survival skills, plant identification and animal tracks at the MHAS's Neilson Spearhead Center....

Audubon Society: Day of learning for young naturalists

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Taking Tuesday afternoon to play in powdery snow beneath a canopy of conifer trees, six young naturalists joined seasoned naturalist Dan Bera at the Neilson Spearhead Center.

The public event was a follow-up program of the Young Naturalist Program, a weekly summer camp hosted by the Mississippi Headwaters Audubon Society and held at the NSC, a 460-acre nature preserve located 11 miles southwest of Bemidji.

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