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Readers of The Prairie Ecologist blog will be familiar with posts from Anne Stine, a recent Hubbard Fellow who has moved to Texas to work with the Xerces Society. Anne has started her own blog now, and I think many of … Continue reading
Anne Stine’s last day with The Nature Conservancy’s Hubbard Fellowship Program was last Thursday. Her fellow Fellow, Eliza Perry will be here through the first week of June, but Anne has accepted a full-time position with the Xerces Society which starts next week. … Continue reading
The sandhill cranes have returned for their annual visit to the Platte River of Nebraska, one of the greatest migratory phenomena in the world. The following is a guest post by Hubbard Fellow Anne Stine: Have you ever been scolded … Continue reading
A guest post from Anne Stine, one of our Hubbard Fellows. All photos are by Anne. I’ve finally returned to Wood River after a long absence. It’s been ages since I was out on the prairie, or since … Continue reading
A guest post by Anne Stine, one of our Hubbard Fellows: It just recently turned cold out, which means I’ve started daydreaming about next year’s garden. I am a native plant enthusiast, and I have decided that I’ll be planting … Continue reading
. A guest post by Anne Stine, one of our Hubbard Fellows. All photos are by Anne. The birds are flocking up and the cottonwoods are yellow on the Platte River Prairies, so our seed harvest days are officially over. Last … Continue reading
A guest post by Anne Stine, one our Hubbard Fellows. All photos by Anne. I adore hummingbirds, and I sometimes bemoan their rarity in my new home here on the Platte. I grew up thinking they were better than fairies- … Continue reading
A guest post by Anne Stine, one of our Hubbard Fellows: I had a pretty good foundation in forest ecology leaving graduate school, but I’ve really developed my forb and grass ID skills since starting work here in Wood River. … Continue reading
Guest Post by Anne Stine, Hubbard Fellow: I just finished a wonderful pollinator work shop with Mike Arduser here at the Platte River Prairies. Much of this workshop involved catching bees, using a dichotomous key to identify them to genus, … Continue reading