It was First Wednesday at the LBJNG. Ok, it really isn’t the first Wednesday of the month, but it was necessary to move the outing to a different date because I had other plans next week.
Indeed, a great group! And furthermore, another fabulous day on the LBJ grasslands!
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The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know
Was definitely another great day at LBJ.
Grest article on the trees and warming – had no idea that color would help with determining temps
It’s crazy right on the colors. 😊
Today was lovely. Thought you’d want to know – I just read that this genus has been recently reclassified from Liliaceae to Asparagaceae. I can’t keep up. 😥
Thanks and totally agree. 😊
Wow an elfin baby!! I wish I knew why we don’t see them in town. Mostly. I know one person in a different part of town who has reported them…
I only saw one or two adults this spring. I don’t remember ever seeing one on Prunus like BugGuide said was possible.