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What Have You Noticed in Nature?

Baby bluebirds huddle together in a nest.

In 2018, baby bluebirds recorded near Safra Lodge

Photo: Jennifer Watson

Our formerly hurried lives—with long, traffic-filled commutes—may have prevented us from noticing a lovely sunrise or sunset, a post-storm giant rainbow or roaming wildlife. As many NIH’ers continue to work from home, or for those back in their labs with a quicker commute, what have you noticed outside that might have escaped you before? Perhaps you’ve spotted a family of deer, baby turtles, a colorful bird or butterfly, which seem to be out in greater abundance these days.

The NIH Record wants to see your photo. We will publish the most remarkable images we get.

Send your photo (high-resolution color digital image) with a brief caption to rm26q@nih.gov or cg9s@nih.gov.

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The NIH Record, founded in 1949, is the biweekly newsletter for employees of the National Institutes of Health.

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Associate Editor: Carla Garnett
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Staff Writers:

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Dana Talesnik
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