Northeast to East

Northeast to East

Slowly, we made our way around the base of the mesa. It was sorta like turning a “corner”. Some of the same yet different. On this side in the past, Black-capped Vireos had nested here. The last pair to nest here was four or five years ago. Before that a pair had nested there in…

Listen

Listen

Do you listen with your ears? I do, but I also listen to what nature tries to tell me visually as well. Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know.

What a view

What a view

The sights was abundant at Meridian SP! Both close and far! Note from today: Two Black Vultures eggs in our old well house! I will keep you posted on their progress. Asmeret Asefaw Berhe: How can soil’s superpowers help us fight climate change? Mining Lithium for Electric Vehicle Batteries May Threaten Flamingos, a Study Finds…

Back to the prairie

Back to the prairie

After being blown away by the soda straw stalactites, we decided it was time to head towards the car. This Ancient Roman ceramic pot was probably a portable toilet, study finds 6 strangest hearts in the animal kingdom A 7.5-feet-long mushroom canoe demonstrates the powerful versatility of mycelium Keep looking! The more you know, the…

Can you hear the barrens

Can you hear the barrens

Today, I will conclude the Friday 5th outing. As I mentioned yesterday, we stayed awhile at the bottom of the slope of the barrens. Do butterflies retain their caterpillar memories? How Scientists Are Using Robotic Animals to Learn About Real Ones Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more you…

Back on the barrens

Back on the barrens

After the magical time in the ravine, we head back to the barrens towards our cars. When People Carved Turnips Instead of Pumpkins for Halloween Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know.