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I made another trip up to Griffith Prairie last week. It looked pretty much as it had the week before – still lots of ragwort blooming – but the photographs I returned with were very different. This time, I came … Continue reading
PLEASE JOIN US for a Platte River Prairies Field Day on July 13, 2012. The day will include a range of activities, aimed to introduce relative newcomers to what prairies are all about and to allow more experienced prairie biologists/naturalists a chance … Continue reading
At the request of many of you, I’ve added captions to the slideshow photos I posted last November. Those slideshows can always be found from the home page of this blog (under the Photography Page). In addition, I’ve provided links … Continue reading
Believe it or not, I really do like birds. (And thus starts another blog post destined to draw the ire of my ornithologist friends…) But here’s the thing. I just read yet another study of grassland birds in which the … Continue reading
Below are photos taken a week or so ago from a prairie here in Aurora, Nebraska. It’s the time of year when everything is preparing for winter. Most plants are done blooming and entering dormancy. A few are squeezing a … Continue reading