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✨That Lizard Friend✨ 37m
day 14, Celandine Poppy! I thought these next few turned out super nice so I’m gonna post them separately ✨
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✨That Lizard Friend✨ 8m
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✨That Lizard Friend✨ 20m
day 15, Running Strawberry Bush! I know what you’re thinking... it wasn’t what I thought it was gonna be either
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native indian Oct 17
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Greg Andeck Oct 10
Changes to our climate are having devastating impacts on birds. Fortunately there is still time to Act. By protecting and managing habitat, planting , and growing we can give birds a fighting chance.💪🦅🦃🦉🇺🇸
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Andropogon 8h
Happy Friday! Improvements are underway at Avalon Park & Preserve in Stony Brook, NY. Here are some photos from our last visit.
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✨That Lizard Friend✨ Oct 16
days 11-13 Blue Camas, Eastern Redbud, and Oakleaf Hydrangea 🌱🌱🌱
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Susan J. Tweit Oct 17
scarlet lumens oak leaves transform sunrise beaming fall
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Biophile Oct 17
It was butterfly day today on the Symphyotrichum oblongifolium (Aromatic Aster) patch. Also honey bees but not as visible. Listen closely and you can hear them buzz. Also a few clucks ;)
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Kim Eierman Oct 15
Can you for year-round beauty, even in the colder climes of North America? You betcha! , seed heads & seed pods, persistent fruit & beautiful bark are some of the ways we can still appreciate our wonderful even as they go to sleep.
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USWildflowers.com 12h
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PattyHankins 4h
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Ian @ Te Kopae Farm Oct 15
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Dennis Nord 20h
You probably know wild roses turn this nice color, right?
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Kevin Campbell Oct 12
Yet another Monarch butterfly stopped in the nursery today going south
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Backyard Ecology🦋 Oct 14
Brown-Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia triloba) still blooming in the middle of October.
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USWildflowers.com Oct 10
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Backyard Ecology🦋 Oct 12
An orange sulphur butterfly (Colias eurytheme) on New England aster (Symphyotrichum novae-angliae).
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Jennifer L. Espinoza Oct 15
The sunlight is hitting the the wild grapevine just so.
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USWildflowers.com Oct 16
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