Sunrise

Sunrise

I love sunrise here at the Pollinator Ranch! Each morning brings something new. Just like a snowflake no two are the same. And the kid in me love the different faces of the clouds. So this is where I stop today. Tomorrow I will share my day with the Master Naturalists that I had tagged…

Just the bare bones

Just the bare bones

Oh my what a beautiful day today! Gracie insisted that I sit outside with her for awhile. I did not object. LOL. Hope you got some outdoor time too. Now back to Tuesday’s (Jan 3rd) outing. And so that was the bare bones of that Tuesday’s outing. đŸ™‚ Extraordinary close-up images show insects as you’ve…

A bit messy

A bit messy

Science can be messy. Shirley often told me about how the plant names were changing with DNA studies and how frustrating it was. And she found it hard, since like most of us, depend on the morphology to decide what is what. But nevertheless, also very interesting, eh! I love to learn new stuff, even…

Dragon

Dragon

Yesterday, I left you with the green-eyed yucca friend. Today, I will share some of the other prairie friends. A diner discovered 100 million-year-old dinosaur footprints in a restaurant Is the Silence of the Great Plains to Blame for ‘Prairie Madness’?   Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more…

Fawn

Fawn

Today was scouting day for the upcoming Shirley Lusk Day. There are still spots open to sign up if you would like to join me in celebrating Shirley on June 16th. See this link for details. This is all for today. I got a lot of photos to go through. However, I want to let…

Behind the dam

Behind the dam

Behind many dams, you can often find a pool of water. Black Creek Lake is no exception. On the grasslands, many times this requires traversing a fence. In fact we did just that in order to reach the pool. Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the…