With a little love, it could be a home again. The idea is that species like Western Bluebirds … … will maintain their presence in a grassland if bird houses are erected […]
She’s not very big, but she sure is beautiful! About 12 or 13 mm long, I’d say. The early bees took a beating in the winter, but later pollinators have fared better. […]
No wasp, no thistle. Big Bar Esker, Marble Mountains No thistle, no wasp.
Look at the insect footprints surrounding this wasp, which is making some of its own, then notice how many there are in all. Some from wasps. Some from others who need mud. […]
The snow buckwheat started blooming today on the cliffs and rocky crags. The wasps are loving it. Lots of wasps all loving it at once. Beautiful wasps. Beautiful wasps with issues. […]
It makes … …harvesting… … out of the question! And they call mint “invasive”!
Here’s a bit of limestone about a metre across that bonked off the escarpment and has been lying around in the grass of the high hill doing what rocks do best… … […]
Oh, hello. It’s a thing. With legs like hers (she is, let’s say, about 7 centimetres from tip to tip ), you can jump from twig to twig, in three dimensional space. […]
It’s not just about the flowers. Buds hold their secrets, too. Love your local apricot today!
Somebody loves snow buckwheat. Best not to plant lavender in its place, don’t you think?