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Is There a Lepidopterologist In the House?

My goals for this year (naturalistically speaking) were to learn our local native grasses and butterflies.  Well I know better than to show you galleries worth of rye and needle grass, but who doesn’t love pictures of butterflies.  Among the … Continue reading

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Monday Morning Mystery

Please check the updated events calendar, Tony at Nopalito is in the throes of some hockey induced mania and has great classes and events almost every weekend this month.  Audubon society will be leading hikes on Monday mornings right here … Continue reading

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Sarah Snaps so I can Nap

A perfect spring morning in Sisar Canyon.  I’m busily tending to my propagative duties while new superintern Sarah mans the SLR.  She scores some rare blooms, some FBOTS (first bloom of the season) and even a new mystery plant for … Continue reading

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FBOTS- Sisar

FBOTS = First Bloom Of The Season.  The next few months will be chock full, and I don’t want to be the only one laying claim.  So bring your camera and send me your FBOTS to ojairambler@gmail.  Wasn’t expecting to … Continue reading

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