Sometimes when you are out and about on your nature drive photographing the wonders of Florida’s ecosystems, you have this inner voice to stop, get out, and take a stroll. […]
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? […]
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 […]