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First Spring Field Trip 2017

With an unruly spring–further delayed by an eight-day trip to New York with She Who Must be Obeyed, my usual April launch into the ice-free wilds became a May day. Ignoring the unkempt garden for a […]

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Red-belted Bumblebee

  One of the most successful early spring-flowering plants in our garden is the European Pasque Flower, Pulsatilla vulgaris. It provides me with a source for some of the first home-based bug photographs of the year. The […]

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