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It’s a great time of year to see snakes. As the weather cools in the fall, snakes are especially drawn to places where they can soak up warm sunlight during the middle part of the day. That makes it fairly … Continue reading
This post is written by Kim Tri, one of our two Hubbard Fellows for this year. Kim is an excellent artist, as well as an ecologist, writer, and land steward. You can look forward to seeing more of her writing … Continue reading
There are many benefits of being a morning person. For example, I see a lot of sunrises – even in the summer when the sun comes up well before most people are awake. Last weekend, I got up early and … Continue reading
It’s black-eyed susan season! How can I not photograph these flowers? I have more than enough black-eyed susan flowers in my photo files, but they’re just so STRIKING! After returning from our Texas vacation, I spent much of Monday scouting … Continue reading
We’ve finalized the agenda for our next Platte River Prairies Field Day, which will be June 26, 2015. I hope to see many of you there. This Field Day will include a wide range of topics including: – ecology and … Continue reading
This post is by Dillon Blankenship, one of our Hubbard Fellows. Though I came into the Hubbard Fellowship to learn about restoration and conservation of prairies, I have had the good fortune to spend a fair amount of time … Continue reading
As I mentioned last week, prescribed fire can help meet many prairie management objectives. It’s important, however, to match the timing of the burn to those objectives in order to avoid conducting a fire that is either unproductive or counterproductive. … Continue reading
A month ago, we apparently had a large number of white winged visitors hanging around our Derr Wetland Restoration. I only know this because our timelapse cameras picked them up. Snow geese are common along the Platte River in the … Continue reading