Thursday, March 3, 2011

Nature in your Inbox

Posted by Kirk Mona
Many readers have taken advantage of the free Twin Cities Naturalist email subscription service but some don't even know it exists. If you enter your email address into the box in the upper right hand side of the page you can easily have weekly phenology, interesting nature videos and cool natural history stories sent directly to your inbox. You'll automatically be notified when new content appears here. Be sure to look for the confirmation email. It can often get stuck in spam folders. You need to click the link in that email to confirm your subscription.

You may have also noticed the Twin Cities Naturalist twitter feed now shows up in the left hand column on the site. If you're not following along on twitter you're missing out on half the content. I tweet about phenology, cool nature sighting, share fun links and more. Come join the conversation.

There are two more ways to follow Twin Cities Naturalist. You can follow though Facebook and see stories in your news feed by clicking the "follow this blog" in the Networked Blogs widget to the left. You can also click the "Follow" button at the top of the left hand column to subscribe to Twin Cities Naturalist via iGoogle or Google Reader.

Thanks for reading. Hope to see you back soon.

~Kirk

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