Revisiting Crystal River Preserve State Park It’s been a busy couple of weeks, and taking some time to be in nature was much needed, and I got to do that […]
The first time in twelve years my husband and I finally took our first mini-vacation with our two dogs, Bree (12) and Willow (6). We found out that Willow is […]
When we talk about grasses, people often think about sod, like Bahiagrass or Bermuda Grass. But how often do people think about grasses as a means for wildlife? According to […]
As migratory birds are beginning to show their presence in Florida, I have been keeping my bird feeders filled and awaiting with anticipation of those beautiful entertaining birds. Just yesterday, […]
When I really looked at the lopsided indiangrass, I was intrigued. I was asking myself all these questions- what’s that, what is that called and at that moment, I realized […]
Meet this super amazing Hyalymenus longispinus. This is one of the three Hyalymenus endemic to Florida and just happened to found its way to our backyard. How awesome is that? […]
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For Tuesday it’s the Nuttall’s Meadowbeauty (Rhexia nuttallii) A new wildflower added to my observations!
For Monday’s Wildflower I have chosen the Black-eyed Susan, because today I encountered a very rare one. Not often do you find amidst hundreds of Black-eyed Susan’s scattered along the […]
A long time ago, the oak tree in our backyard was dying of an unknown disease. I talked my husband into not cutting it down because it would make an […]
Yesterday I took a nice walk on one of the fire lanes at Chassahowitzka WMA. I stumbled upon something I happily connected with about a post I wrote a few […]