Monthly Archives: July 2014

A Day on the Prairie

By Boak Wiesner With the flies buzzing around my head, I was glad of a Twelve-spotted Skimmer as my companion along my walk. This one perched on a Lead plant for a bit before continuing to circle me as it … Continue reading

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Something Buggin’ Me

by Mary Beth Pottratz A welcome sun shines in a blue sky made pale by an airbrushed mist of cloud. Breezes carry the heady scent of common milkweed in waves as I enter the arboretum. Tall, slender spires of Culver’s … Continue reading

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Windy Day in the Forest

By Boak Wiesner The wind cavorts in the leaves, as I make my way along the path east of rhododendrons, and what strikes me is that wind in trees is auditorily like fog is visually: it narrows one’s perspective down … Continue reading

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