Second, I aided in the survival efforts of an invasive species--the Rusty Crayfish.
Catching Up Greetings! I sincerely hope that whomever is reading this blog post is well. It has been around a full year since my last post. Sometimes the days just fly by. Not unlike everyone else in the United States--and abroad--I have been been experiencing a quite different lifestyle than this time last year. Last... Continue Reading →
A few weeks back, my mother and I assisted the Grand Traverse Conservation District staff plant Milkweed plugs along the banks of the Boardman River. This section of the river, and many others, have been restored to flow along a more natural path (after the removal of the aging dam). Spring 2017 The restoration efforts entailed... Continue Reading →
It is no secret that I am passionate about wetlands. I love everything about them. I especially love photographing them...especially wetlands with large, towering Cumulus clouds gracefully traversing the horizon. This past Sunday, I had the opportunity to do just that...photograph a picturesque wetland located just outside of Traverse City. Getting a Little Lost After a... Continue Reading →
Remember these plastic rings? Every time I see one, I cannot help but think of all the species that end up caught in one, causing disfigurement, or even death. What can we do? Grab a pair of scissors, a knife, or even use your hands...and break the rings apart! It is the little things that make... Continue Reading →