September 2022 Sightings

September continued to be more ‘doing’ than ‘sighting’. The focus was more on the administrative side; creating and submitting documentation. Efforts were still made to keep the non-natives from going to seed. We did spot some things that made us smile. The thrillers were; an American Woodcock flew up while we were walking the Preserves, saw some English Aster doing its best to bloom and thrive, found the area where the deer like to sleep, and we inadvertently gathered many, many clinging seeds once we emerged from the Preserve. September was a dry month for the Preserve, we didn’t even have to wear our water boots when hiking.

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