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. . . Or, well, after several days’ quest, we came to find that the Bristlecones (high in California’s White Mountains at 10,000 feet) are still wearing their winter snow blankets, their road is unplowed (“until sometime late May or maybe June”), and no hikers allowed in the forest unless one has packed snowshoes. 169 more words
Britain’s cities have served as the epicentre for countless invasions over the years. Landing sites, if you would, where species from far-flung destinations – East Asia, North America and closer to home, in Europe – gain first a toe-hold before beginning their creeping advance across the land. 609 more words
This super-bloom year in Arizona has been amazing!
Tucson, Arizona – From the fields of poppies and lupines to the ever-running washes (like rivers!) still flowing daily since our February snow (!), this has been a spectacular spring. 69 more words