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Photo of the Week – June 17, 2016

I’m just back from a great week in the Nebraska Sandhills.  I saw an amazing array of wildlife, invertebrates, plants and landscapes.  Of the many wildflowers in bloom this week, none punctuated the hills more beautifully than yucca (aka soapweed). … Continue reading

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The Yucca and its Moth

It sounds too good to be true; two species helping each other survive for millions of years – each getting as much as they give. For more than 40 million years there has been a relationship between yucca plants and yucca … Continue reading

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