When New Life Begins

With August 2019 came new wildlife discoveries. Most of these encounters were just beginning a new life. It is rare to experience seeing baby wildlife at their most vulnerable. The world they entered is not as safe as it used to be. That does not even include that everything has a predator and everything is…

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The History Behind the Tahoka Daisy

  The first Texas native wildflower that became ingrained in my memory while working on saving a historic Texas ranch headquarters was a little purple, aster flower. Often it was a single stem flower and sometimes it grew in massive patches. Its growth pattern was correlated with annual rainfall amounts. The purple aster flower in…

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