Almost since the beginning of man's time on Earth, people have been recording observations of nature. They drew on cave walls and painted stories on teepees and sheepskin.
And we are still doing it.
Drawing what you see in nature along with your perceptions and feelings about the world around you — it's called nature journaling — is one of the best ways to connect with the outdoors, said Matthew Herron, founder and education director of Coastal Plains Outdoor School.
Read the full article by Louisiana Master Naturalist Colette Dean in the Advocate...