A Few of my Favorite “Tweets”

And now, a song to celebrate the Great Nature Project.

Ahem.

Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens,

Tweet by @TheDeanLowDown

Photo by @TheDeanLowDown, Twitter

Bright colored beetles and warm looking fish fins,

Photo by joanbstanley, Project Noah

Photo by joanbstanley, Project Noah

Brown eagles on branches, looking to eat,

Photo by renajjones, Instagram

Photo by renajjones, Instagram

These are a few of my favorite tweets!

Cream colored ponies and apple snails growing,

Photo by Olivia Chee, Project Noah

Photo by Olivia Chee, Project Noah

Fungus and mushrooms and eyes that are showing,

Photo by Jeanette Ulbl, Flickr

Photo by Jeanette Ulbl, Flickr

Wild geese that fly with the moon on their feet,

Photo by Magnumji, Instagram

Photo by Magnumji, Instagram

These are a few of my favorite tweets!

FLOTUS and Bo are in on the action,

Photo by FLOTUS, Twitter

Photo by FLOTUS, Twitter

Join them and make a #greatnature transaction.

Here is the reason for which I sing:

Send us your photos of all living things!

We want plants, and,

Photo by mazen_sfeir, Instagram

Photo by mazen_sfeir, Instagram

Animals, and,

Photo by hayanabdallah, Twitter

Photo by hayanabdallah, Twitter

Lots of fungus, too!

Photo by M Fortune, Project Noah

Photo by M Fortune, Project Noah

We’re putting a call out to go explore Earth,

and we’re waiting for you!  

Written by Samantha Zuhlke, National Geographic Education.

Lyrics inspired by My Favorite Things, The Sound of Music.

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