Stepping onto a prairie in springtime is a sensory delight. The air is clean, the vistas wide, the sounds of birds come from the farthest corners and around each bend in the trail a new plant is coming to life.
Spring is here and the wood frogs are singing! Learn more about these impressive little amphibians.
A quick guide on how to spot cardinals in midwinter and what they signify.
It’s a quiet morning. The predawn sky is milky white with scattered clouds. The air has that delicious briskness of late fall. Standing silently at the edge of the pond I slowly pan my gaze from left to right, looking for any movement, any sign of the diurnal world waking up.
It begins with the idea of possibility.
A piece of land becomes available. We go to the land and walk in, full of questions and ideas.
Is this landscape being overrun by buckthorn, honeysuckle or other invasive species?