From a recent walk…
The Ottoe Skipper is a species found in prairie, oak scrub, and swampy areas throughout the central parts of southern Canada and the United States. The host plant can be a purple coneflower. The caterpillar will winter in a shelter. Skippers are butterflies with variations such as butterfly-like antennae and moth-like bodies. They are active during… Read More OTTOE SKIPPER
Arbor Day Friday celebrates trees! During photosynthesis, trees release oxygen while they absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. They need carbon dioxide to grow, making each tree a natural pollution filter for the planet. Plant some trees! Plant trees that are appropriate to the terrain and ecosystem of the area. Here is a Ponderosa Pine… Read More ARBOR DAY
Canada Goose walking on the ice in northern Arizona.