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• leave wildlife alone, there have been disturbing reports of people getting way too close and even handling wildlife


• don’t start strenuous, new outdoor activities (think rock climbing, white water kayaking etc.) unless you have the skills already to do so or you can get quality instruction, now is a great time to finally take that kayaking or SUP class


• do not share supplies; be prepared with plenty of water and snacks for yourself


• don’t make decisions that will increase the chance that you need first responders. Our healthcare needs to be available and not stressed even more during this pandemic


• be respectful of other’s fears. They may have an underlying condition or live with an elder parent that you do not know about.


• try to go to public outdoor places in off times/off days to avoid overcrowding


• do your research before heading out; take maps


Resources: Online Virtual Personal Training in the Triad:


Full Time Fitness in High Point www.fulltimefitness.com


MindBodyFitnessYoga in Greensboro: www.mindbodyfitnessyoga.com


PurEnergy in Greensboro: www.julieluther.com


Leave No Trace Outdoor Ethics: www.lnt.org


Merlin Bird ID App (by Cornell University): just go to your phone’s App store, it is free


PlantSnap ID App:


take a photo of a plant or flower and it can help you ID it. Also in your phone’s App store, basic version is free


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