More Stay-At-Home Content from Clay!


Posted on April 9th, 2020

Sound Rivers’ Environmental Projects Coordinator, Clay Barber, contributed educational content to an animal education website,, several years ago, and thought this content (and the whole site!) might be interesting to our members and their families during this time. Check out Clay’s articles at the links below!

Tracking Animals Through Their Print

Owls and the Importance of Predatory Birds

Why You Should Give a Dam About Beavers

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