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Then, join the naturalists at Red Oak Nature Center and hike the woods to learn how syrup is made.
In 1866, Odoardo Beccari—the pioneering Italian naturalist who explored the wildlife of Sarawak, New Guinea and parts of Malaysia—came across an odd little plant.
Since 2013, Kolar has served as the chief naturalist with the Geauga Park District.
The naturalist would go on to become famous as the father of the frozen food industry.
Early naturalists spotted plenty flamingos, but never made a definitive decision.
The Roman naturalist Pliny the Elder recorded fatal opium overdoses, and the Greek physician Erasistratus condemned the drug as a deadly poison.
Zike was hired in September to work as a naturalist for the Park District of Highland Park but resigned a month later, shortly after his relationship ended, officials said.
Murphy, along with East Bay Park naturalist Ned MacKay, showed me how to find marine fossils embedded in the sandstone from the time when this area was at the bottom of the ocean.
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Definition of naturalist for English Language Learners
: a person who studies plants and animals as they live in nature
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