(Credit: Pixabay)Health eHeartYou’re probably science-savvy enough to know that the seat of love is in the brain, not the heart. But do you really want to send a romantic card that says “I (brain) you!” We thought not. So follow your heart to the Health eHeart (get it?) project, where you and your SO can share data that will help scientists reduce heart disease.Get startedLocation: Global(Credit: Pixabay)Great Backyard Bird CountIt was Chaucer, inspired by birds, who first put romance into Valentine’s Day:For this was on seynt Valentynes dayWhen every foul comyth there to chese his make.Despite his abominable spelling, Chaucer’s poultry poetry led to Valentine’s Day becoming the day of love. So it’s only fitting that the Great Backyard Bird Count, or GBBC as the cool kids call it, happens Valentine’s Day weekend. Don’t miss it.Get StartedLocation: Global(Credit: Pixabay)Bumble Bee WatchLike fuzzy Cupids, bees flit about flowers and play matchmaker, uniting…



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