earth, wind, fire… moon earth– forests ablaze Oregon’s green flashes to red wind– charred ash Tree remnants float on air fire- pyro-predator Dry vegetation satiates
Belted Kingfishers on our wetland seem to have an agreement amongst them… don’t get shot. By a camera, that is. As I’ve never heard of anyone
BOUNDARY- The limit or extent of something. I cannot find a BOUNDARY that will encompass, identify, or describe how citizens in my state feel as the result of a senseless massacre that
In Oregon, many of the nurse stumps in our forests are connected to both Human History and Natural History. Glance into the woods here to see what
I felt an instant sense of deja vu! My photo is the West Coast twin for Eye Candy Visionz post for the Weekly Photo Challenge “Vivid.”
Raspberries in the making. One more month, and this is what we hope to begin picking… Thank you, Honey Bees!
Trying out a new tool- Weed Watchers Guide for the Tualatin River Watershed is a handy tool for identifying EDRR weeds. (It’s presented at a Weed Watchers
Have you ever thought of plants as bullies? That idea never crossed my mind. Until… I heard it suggested by our instructor, Rob Emanuel, at a Tualatin