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Taking Orders For 2021 Naturally Curious Calendars

Orders for the  2021 Naturally Curious Calendar can be placed now by writing to me at 505 Wake Robin Drive, Shelburne, VT  05482. The calendars are printed on heavy card stock and measure 11” x 17” when hanging. There is one full-page photograph per month. The calendars are $35.00 each (includes postage). Please specify the number of calendars you would like to order, the mailing address to which they should be sent and your email address (so I can easily and quickly contact you if I have any questions). Your check can be made out to Mary Holland.

Guaranteed orders can be placed up until October 30th. Orders placed after this date will be filled as long as my supply of extra calendars lasts. (To be candid, I have had so many last-minute requests (after the deadline) in past years that I have not been able to fill all of the orders, so if you want to be sure of having your order filled, I encourage you to place your order before October 30th. I hate to disappoint anyone.)  Calendars will arrive at your door in early December in time for the New Year. Thank you so much!

 

4 responses

  1. Cool calendar. I got two “tracks” fotos in the drought dust at the farm. One is obviously a turtle headed for the pond. The other puzzles us. We thought you might know whose footprints these are. We’re thinking weasel.

    On Wed, Sep 30, 2020 at 8:40 AM Naturally Curious with Mary Holland wrote:

    > > > > > > > Mary Holland posted: “Orders for the 2021 Naturally Curious Calendar can > be placed now by writing to me at 505 Wake Robin Drive, Shelburne, VT > 05482 > . > The calendars are printed on heavy card stock and measure 11” x 17” when > hanging. There is one full-page photograph per month” > > > >

    September 30, 2020 at 8:57 am

    • Hi Curt! Can you send me the photos via email, as WordPress doesn’t allow anyone else’s photos to come through. My email is maryholland505@gmail.com. Miss you!

      October 1, 2020 at 6:33 pm

  2. Don Mccabe

    Mary,

    Thanks for all you do. I have not seen any of your posts addressing what appears to be a Monarch butterfly problem locally. The population is threatened in the West due to smoke and loss of habitat. But locally, I have seen few butterflies and no chrysalises.

    What have you seen and would you consider a post to educate us on what is happening to the local population?

    Don

    Sent from my iPad

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    September 30, 2020 at 10:54 am

    • Hi Don,
      I’m not up to date on the local monarch situation, though there appear to be far fewer this year. I do know that last winter the population in Mexico was down 53% from the previous winter and I assume that has affected this summer’s population. Come November or December, they will be able to estimate the number of monarchs that made it to Mexico.

      October 1, 2020 at 6:40 pm

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