Earth's climate and weather can be a real puzzle!
Welcome to Climate4Kids, a blog where you can learn about how climate works, how weather works and many more wonders of planet earth.
|Fall is coming to where I live|
|Is it safe out there?|
|Dandelion blooming in December (wintertime and cold!)|
|Deer in light snow|
|Sunrise over a snowy landscape|
|Fall colors through my window|
|Red sunrise due to smoke from forest fires|
|Total eclipse, August 2017|
|Daffodils, one of the first flowers in spring|
|Pincushion cactus blooming (June)|
|Work over rig|
|Drill rig (at dusk)|
|Pronghorn antelope in my yard|
|Mule deer buck scratching an itch!|
|Snow blowing—it's called a ground blizzard|
No snow is actually falling from the sky, it's just blowing around
|Ground blizzard—There's a lot of wind in this area much of the winter|
|Wild turkey looking at school bus driver|
This turkey actually lives in town, wonders through the yards and streets
|Three doe mule deer riding out the snow storm in the sage brush|
|Frost on a window—it always makes interesting patterns|
It's on the outside of the window, of course.