Troutbirder: Stories Past and Present of The Nature Loving Life
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Tuesday, October 23, 2018
As spring passes into summer, the native woodland wildflowers fade into memory. Along the prairie hiking paths and the bike trails, following the old railroad right of ways, I begin to look to look for the wildflowers of summer. Here is a sampling of some of this years highlights.
Narrow leafed (Common)Sunflower
Butterfly visits patch of purple coneflower. How sweet it is.....:)