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Renaissance Naturalist

farm ice and sumac sunset

the farm received a fair amount of ice – and lost a few branches – but the glittery glow made for an enchanting feel to the yard and gardens – I follow that with a sumac sunset from a few evenings ago before the cold – altho I am not a lover of...

conflicting species

Working in the north garden bed at the farm can some evenings provide interesting examples of overlapping boundaries.  A few evenings ago, I looked up from the beans and saw the turkeys heading for the bird feeding area next to the garden.  Lots of black oil seed...

BY THE NUMBERS – BTN

BY THE NUMBERS – BTN -in Nebraska, every 25 miles traveled west receives 1-inch less of rain -in 1830 when Vice-Admiral Robert Fitzroy captained his ship, the Beagle, through the Magellan Straits of South America, fewer than 1.2 billion people inhabited Earth....
Birds – birds – and Birds

Birds – birds – and Birds

It’s April – it’s weird weather – and it’s migration time. Ring-billed gulls attacking grader… Ring-billed gulls WIN! Great Horned with fluff baby Yellow-headed blackbirds Eastern towhee pushed in by freak snow Red Fox Sparrows...

Monarchs ready for MigrationThe monarchs are hanging like leaves in evening light at GCP – swarming and waiting for those perfect conditions – sunlight and a north wind – time to ride the thermals … 

Back to blogging – snowflakes – african violets – first pages of books Apparently, 2015 was not a good year to write…but today is 2016 and it is a good day to write… Needle Snowflakes from 28 December 2015 snowfall – collected at...

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Elkhorn, Nebraska 68022

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MoonRise Gallery

2812 North Main Street
Elkhorn, Nebraska 68022

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