Frogs are once again dominating the local nature scene, but also a goofy raccoon, for you mammal lovers.
Nature is all around us. Sometimes, nature is even in our house. And sometimes, we are not amused.
The extreme heat isn’t keep the natural denizens from making appearances around our house.
When we noticed caterpillars on our firecracker plants, we didn’t realize we were viewing a phenomenon that has been recognized for only a few years.
Part one of Part 16 (confusing, right?) was all about insects. In Part 2, we move higher up the food chain.
In the first of this two part series, we take a quick look at some local phenomena in the insect world.
Nature provided a plethora of fascinating scenes over the past few weeks.
Bluebonnets are fading, but there are plenty of other wildflowers to take their place. We also encountered a teensy turtle, and a hitherto unobserved water snake.
My friend and I regularly exchange sunrise and sunset photos, as we each have unique perspectives.
Tunneling termites, firewood munching bugs and periscoping snakes: we got ‘em.