Today I want to share with you a fascinating story from Science Daily on how the invasive reed Phragmites australis manages to suppress other wetland plants by taking advantage of the biochemical activities of native plant roots and native microbes in the soil. […]
The rash of unexpected Roseate Spoonbill sightings this summer has been a treat for birders up and down the east coast. While northward movement of juveniles during post-breeding dispersal is known for the species, the numbers of birds involved and the extent of the northward movement this season is impressive.
According to the Birds […]
Hello friends. I’ve decided to try my hand at the world of blogging. The site is currently under development while I wrap my brain around using WordPress and setting everything up. I’ll be back soon with some actual posts. In the meantime, here is a photo of a recent bird walk I attended at […]