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Category Archives: Prairie Photography
This post was written (and illustrated) by Evan Barrientos, one of our Hubbard Fellows back in 2015-2016. Evan now works for The Nature Conservancy in Oregon as a monitoring and outreach assistant. When I worked for The Nature Conservancy near … Continue reading
We burned a portion of a prairie yesterday. As the fire was winding down, a small strip of grass near the edge was burning itself out and I walked over to play around (safely) with some photography. I’ve always found … Continue reading
I hope I’ve made it clear through the years that I am really grateful to have my job. During each March, one of the major perks is access to viewing blinds that allow a front row seat to watch migratory … Continue reading
This week marks the 150th anniversary of Nebraska becoming a state. Nebraska will be celebrating all year, but there were a number of events this past Wednesday, including one at which the U.S. Postal Service introduced a new postage stamp. … Continue reading
You’ve probably noticed that my favorite photo subjects are insects and flowers. You’ve probably also noticed that insects and flowers are pretty uncommon during Nebraska winters. By about this time each year, I start feeling a little desperate for photo subjects. … Continue reading
Snow-on-the-mountain (Euphorbia marginata) is a showy plant, but not because of its flowers. In fact, the flowers are tiny and very simple. It’s the leaves (and some bracts beneath the flowers) that make the plant outstanding in its field. Like … Continue reading
I’ve finally gotten through all the survey responses many of you provided over the last couple weeks, including all of the open-ended comments from the last two questions. Again, I really appreciate everyone who took the time to take that … Continue reading
This time of week, I am often putting the finishing touches on a new blog post that describes a prairie species or ecological interaction, discusses prairie management, or at least showcases some recent photos. Today, I’m a little distracted because … Continue reading