Day two

Day two

On the second day of the quail survey, I was lucky! Two bobwhites calling. One each on two different units! There are twelve locations which I listen for five minutes at a location. I will repeat this two more times at each location. The following photos are from Sunday after we finished the survey. Researchers…

Dixon recon

Dixon recon

Yesterday, a small group of us went to Dixon Water Foundation to prepare for an upcoming Prairie Seeker training class. So just like the LBJ NG, flowers seemed to behind schedule. Still it was grand to be there. If you would like to join us on May 14th for this event, there still are some…

March 30th

March 30th

On March 30th, it was a cold afternoon and had rained the night before. So the Ladonia Unit would have been very muddy. Instead we opted to check the northern units at Caddo NG. This Ancient Owl Hunted in the Daytime Flamingo No. 492 Is Still on the Run 17 Years Later Keep looking! The…

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…

Hunting season…

Hunting season…

Up at the crack of dawn; that is what you do during the hunting season. But wait you say, the hunting season is over. Hold on, this is a different hunt…my kind of hunt 🙂 And no weapons will be used except cameras and maybe a net. For the next month or so, a group…

A closer look

A closer look

As we headed up the ravine, we hopeful to find new and exciting stuff. So whether we shine a light or climb up a slippery slope or just gaze upwards, we look! “Mystery of Manu” – A Strange Tree in the Amazon Rainforest Left Scientists Scratching Their Heads for 50 Years Scientists Unravel How and…

Frog Knob!

Frog Knob!

It was not long between outings. And this outing was in a place that Claire and I called Frog Knob. Why? Because it used to have a dirt knob that looked like a frog. The “frog” has long eroded away 🙁 Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more you…

Bubbles

Bubbles

We were finally starting to move on from the original spot. Of course, slow because wonders of nature never cease, eh! Exquisitely Preserved Dinosaur Embryo Found Inside Fossilized Oviraptorosaur Egg Five Things You Didn’t Know About Mistletoe Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you…

Snuggled

Snuggled

Next after the barrens, we headed down along the side of the ravine. Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know.

The splits

The splits

There is so much to see at the grasslands! And onwards we went slowly. We don’t want to miss a thing! Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know.

No dogs

No dogs

On the first visit to the grasslands, we took the dogs with us. However on this day, we went without the dogs so we could go down in the ravine. This Colorado ‘solar garden’ is literally a farm under solar panels Keep looking! The more you know, the more you see and the more you…