We’re back!

After a long delay, I’ve finally posted a new video to JUMP!’s YouTube channel! It’s been a long year for everyone, especially kids who weren’t able to go to school or see their friends and family very much.

It’s helped to walk outside and see all the animals, especially rabbits! This spring and summer, I’ve been outside collecting videos of baby bunnies and bigger rabbits; we’ve had tons of them hopping and running around!

What animals live outside near you?

Please enjoy “Bunny Madness in North Carolina” 🙂

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monarch butterfly

Hello, Monarch Butterfly!

A few weeks ago, I noticed some tiny black-and-yellow caterpillars on my milkweed plants. Within days, they had grown into big, chubby caterpillars, longer than my finger!

Not long after that, they disappeared! I looked around, and I finally saw that two of the caterpillars had each turned themselves into a green chrysalis on the side of my house.

After about two weeks, the chrysalis got darker and kind of see-through:

And today, I noticed that this chrysalis was empty! Sitting right beside its empty “tent” was a beautiful Monarch butterfly!

So, next spring, ask your grownups to find some milkweed plants, and then you might have baby Monarch butterflies, too! They love to feed on milkweed, and honey bees love its pretty pink flowers!