Recent Nature-related Discoveries in My Yard and Community – June and July 2022
The last month or so has been incredibly hot, dry, and humid where I’m at. Heat indexes of over 100 have become normal. I’m very grateful for all the wildlife that I can view from the house while sitting in the air-conditioned comfort on those hotter days. Yet, even with the miserably hot weather, we’ve still found times when we could get out and explore first thing in the mornings, in the evenings, and on the scattered days when the temperatures have been more moderate. Below are a few of the nature-related discoveries and observations we’ve made over the last couple of months.
Nature-related Discoveries and Observations
So, what interesting nature-related discoveries have you made in your yard and community over the last few weeks? I always enjoy hearing what others are finding too.
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