Meet this super amazing Hyalymenus longispinus. This is one of the three Hyalymenus endemic to Florida and just happened to found its way to our backyard. How awesome is that? […]
Alice Mary Herden
Freelance Photographer | Creative Design
It took me two years to complete all the Florida Master Naturalist Program courses, and the reason it took only two years was because of these programs being offered online, […]
We all want to have that picture-perfect photo every time we press the shutter release. We try and try while we continue to divulge ourselves in YouTube videos, participating in […]
I stumbled upon this strange-looking plant growing where I had placed a bird feeder a few weeks ago. I was fascinated by the sharp-pointed thorned leaves as they reminded me […]
I am sending out this update post to those who are interested in my blog. A lot is going on at the Herden house, and 85% of it has to […]
As I continue to work on my final presentation for the Marine Habitat Restoration program, I really wanted to include videos and photos of Florida’s marine habitat. As visual and […]
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For Tuesday it’s the Nuttall’s Meadowbeauty (Rhexia nuttallii) A new wildflower added to my observations!
For Monday’s Wildflower I have chosen the Black-eyed Susan, because today I encountered a very rare one. Not often do you find amidst hundreds of Black-eyed Susan’s scattered along the […]
Starting Monday, I will post a photo of a favorite Florida Native Wildflower in celebrating National Wildflower Week. I hope you can join in the celebration. Links to share- Florida’s […]
A long time ago, the oak tree in our backyard was dying of an unknown disease. I talked my husband into not cutting it down because it would make an […]