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Welcome to Enerdyne!
Visit Enerdyne for all of your science and nature gifts* Products
Hours
Year-round: Wednesday-Saturday: 10AM to 5:30PM
Spring/Summer/Autumn: Monday through Saturday: 10AM to 5:30PM, Sunday: Noon to 4PM.


Pictured at right, our store in
downtown Suttons Bay, on Michigan's
Leelanau Peninsula -- land of delight!

Shopping for gifts? Enerdyne's website exists to introduce you to our science and nature store and its products. We also provide interesting information about various science/nature topics. We'd love to have you stop in and visit Enerdyne in person or attend one of our Events, but we're also happy to serve you by e-mail or phone (231-271-6033) as necessary.

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Optics Optics-----For current Astronomy news see Skies News.
Browse our Optics department for telescopes and telescope accessories, binoculars, spotting scopes, and other optical aids to observation. Check out our magnifiers and microscopes!

Science & Nature Playthinks Science & Nature Playthinks
What are Playthinks©? They may be infant, toddler, or preschooler toys like Folkmanis puppets, or Marionettes, wooden toys by Lights, Camera, Interaction (Melissa & Doug), Games & Puzzles, Brunton Compasses, other scientific equipment & supplies and toys, or decorator objects. They also include hobby and craft items such as Breyer Horses -- and they all in some way foster an appreciation or understanding of science and the natural world.

Petoskey Stones Petoskey Stones
Beautiful Petoskey Stones from Michigan's "little finger" have great appeal as polished collector specimens, bookends, and clocks, or set in sterling as rings and other jewelry. View our Petoskey Stone Gallery to "Buy what you see".

Home & Garden Home & Garden
Enter our Home & Garden to find weather stations and weathersticks; Bird, Bat, Butterfly & Bug products; garden decor items including the popular Wind Chimes; and surprises like Flower Fairy collectibles. See our Burt's Bees personal care products; and color changing Wondermugs.

Books Books
Browse our Books section for a great selection of books and posters, charts, maps & globes, satellite Images and much more.

Serendipity Serendipity
Expect the unexpected!
Origin of the word Serendipity

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Fact: Have you heard of migrating Monarch butterflies?

The monarch is one of the best known of all North American butterflies because they make annual migrations across America to avoid winter weather. In autumn, tens of millions fly south and roost in huge numbers on trees in selected mountain areas of California and Mexico. Monarchs will use the same trees year after year.

Monarchs migrate for 2 reasons. They can not withstand freezing weather in the northern and central continental climates in the winter. Also, the larval food plants do not grow in their winter overwintering sites, so the spring generation must fly back north to regions where the plants are plentiful. Their journey can cover up to 2,000 miles before it ends!

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