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Ok, to be frank, this is kind of a weird post. For some reason, during the last month or so, my brain has paid attention to spines and thorns as I’ve walked through prairies. Given the relative scarcity of other … 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
Ok, I know I just posted a bunch of ice storm photos last week, but as it happens, I took more than 1500 shots that morning (!!) and I didn’t post all the ones I liked last time. So, with … Continue reading
I was looking through some photos from earlier this year and found one that I’d meant to post back in June but hadn’t. I like it, and even though it’s a few months late, I hope you like it too. … Continue reading
Earlier today, I posted about my very fortunate encounter with a hawk in the Nebraska Sandhills. At the time I took the photos, a couple biologists with me identified the bird as a juvenile ferruginous hawk, and I (being mostly … Continue reading
The Nebraska Sandhills is an incredible landscape of nearly 12 million acres of prairie. Most of the Sandhills consists of privately-owned ranches, and the majority of that land is conservatively managed by ranchers trying to make a living on top … Continue reading
Back in late June, a group of us were at the Niobrara Valley Preserve collecting data. During the evening, a storm rolled in from the west. Against all common sense and safety, I went up on a hill above the … Continue reading
Back on August 4, I posted a selection of similar images and asked for help selecting the best of four compositions. As has been the case in the past, there was no clear consensus, but there was a winner. That … Continue reading
This Wednesday, I arrived at Spring Creek Prairie Audubon Center southwest of Lincoln, Nebraska just as a heavy morning fog was beginning to dissipate. I had about 10 minutes before a meeting, so I grabbed my camera, threw on some … Continue reading