The Pollinator Victory Garden | Kim Eierman

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A Naturalist’s Book of Wildflowers | Laura C. Martin

Laura C. Martin is the author of 26 books that span a 40 year career. She paints and writes from Atlanta, Georgia where she’s lived throughout her life. Gardening and art was cultivated in her from a young age with parents who enjoyed both and over the years she adapted writing her books to also […]

Early Spring Botanical Walk at Roy E. Larsen Sandyland Sanctuary

Cardamine bulbosa, bulbous bittercress, a common bottomland cress found in the spring. Sign up for the podcast newsletter —> HERE! Show Notes +Roy E. Larsen Sandyland Sanctuary +Checking in on an old friend at Roy E. Larsen Sandyland Sanctuary +Spring Wakeup at Roy E. Larsen Sandyland Sanctuary +Early Spring Lepidopterans at Roy E. Larsen Sandyland […]

Snowpocalypse 2021: An Audio Journal

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Nature, Wild Florida, and Taking it Slow on the Florida Trail | Keith Curry-Pochy

View this post on Instagram First time finding a pine lily in Alachua county and we found a half dozen! This state threatened, fire dependent species is found in flatwoods and prairies in the Southeast US. This is my favorite flower and a treat to find close to home. #pinelily A post shared by Keith […]

Botanical Biodiversity in Florida’s Big Bend | Lilly Anderson-Messec

View this post on Instagram One of my favorite milkweed species is having a real banner year. Large-Flowered Milkweed / Asclepias connivens is not easy to miss, despite its muted coloration. The large, 1inch wide blooms are fairly easy to spot, even in the grassy, wet prairies where they are found. The pale green, comically […]

Ep. 5-7: Phoebes Birding – Birds, Nature, and Native Plants | Eliana Ardila Ardila

Music: “New Day” by Lee Rosevere Show Notes: +Phoebes Birding +@phoebesbirding on Instagram +Phoebes Birding on Facebook +@birdingbybus on Instagram +Phoebe Snetsinger write-up via Audubon +World’s Longest Migration Found–2X Longer Than Thought via National Geographic +Birding By Bus on the ABA podcast +Project PetSnip

Ep. 5-6: Slow Nature, Tiny Explorations, and Ecology as Art | Kate Dolamore

View this post on Instagram Indian Pipes popping out! I saw them in Maine in July, but now it's the season to see them in Florida. A post shared by Kate Dolamore (@thelittlenuthatch) on Nov 18, 2019 at 3:10pm PST Music: “New Day” by Lee Rosevere Show Notes: +Kate Dolamore Art +@thelittlenuthatch on Instagram

Ep. 5-5: Bushwhacking for Rare Plants

Burmannia biflora, Northern Bluethread Music: “New Day” by Lee Rosevere Show Notes: +Bushwhacking Sam Houston National Forest | Round Two +Bushwhacking in Sam Houston National Forest

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