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Renaissance Naturalist

TIDBITS ON TURKEYS and THANKSGIVING

Writing and pictures by Barbi Hayes — Not until 1863 did President Abraham Lincoln, embroiled in the Civil War and anxious to promote national unity, proclaim Thanksgiving a national holiday – and to officially fall on the last Thursday of November. –As...

Architecture of Fall Prairie Plants

writing and photos below from Barbi Hayes   Architecture of Fall Prairie Plants– But first some tidbits from a rambling mind… While hiking at dusk we heard one coyote barking down to the east. Then another one howled in response up in the Overlook. Tom said...

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...

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