A short visit

Thursday (November 11th) we went to the grasslands for a short visit. Old Gracie could not go far, but she worn her smile the entire time. Like who wouldn’t if you get to visit the grasslands, right?

See the smiles! Briar, the granddog is in front.

Fall colors are starting!

The view is spectacular!

The clouds were very interesting!

Love the sandstone! Do you like that the hat matches the three spots in a row? LOL

Prickly Pear cactus (Opuntia) and Whitlow Wort Whitlow Wort (Paronychia virginica)!

Plains Ladies-tresses (Spiranthes magnicamporum) is having a great year!

Bushy Bluestem is also doing good!

A very long beaked weevil paid us a visit! It is in the Nut and Acorn Weevils (Curculio).

Gracie was worn out and Briar decided to cool off. Don’t forget to wear your orange if your visit the grasslands!

Human-size ammonites swam the Atlantic Ocean 80 million years ago

Late, robust monarch butterfly migration evokes cautious optimism

Keep looking!

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


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