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Tag Archives: snake
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
Proof that I’m a biologist: While driving along a gravel road near our shop this week, I stopped and backed up to see if I’d seen a small snake or just a piece of debris in the road… I’m glad … Continue reading
Last weekend, my 13-year-old son went with me to do some work in our family prairie. It was a nice day for wildlife sightings, starting off with a prairie chicken that flushed from the grass as we drove in. We … Continue reading
We had a terrific field day last week – thanks to the more than 100 people who came out to explore our Platte River Prairies with us. There were two neat wildlife discoveries during the day. The first came when … Continue reading