Yikes, that was our high wind speed, 41 mph. So glad we did not get the 50 mph that NOAA forecast said might be possible!

Certainly it was day to be alert in the woods in this wind!

Fresh leaves littered the paths!

The browns on the spent flowers of Western Ironweed (Vernonia baldwinii) are sure purty!

Blue-faced Meadowhawk (Sympetrum ambiguum) let me get close. It has black rings on it abdomen.

The Gracie anemometer was at peak performance!

These Singing Lemurs Are the Only Other Mammal Species to Possess Rhythm

Fourteen Ways That Spiders Use Their Silk

Keep looking!

The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know.


  1. Windy is putting it mildly. Nice pics in the wind. Good article about spiders. Id seen the singing lemurs before. Both good articles. Thanks

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