Monthly Archives: April 2017

Glassy Mountain & Boggs Rock – April 28, 2017

Elf orpine pictures were taken at Boggs Rock. For more information about Boggs Rock check out Jim Fowler’s blog Click on any picture to zoom. Photography by Ken Borgfeldt, Penny Longhurst, & Jim Poling  

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Corneille Bryan Native Garden – April 21, 2017

The Corneille Bryan Native Garden was established in 1990 to call attention to the unique plant life in the Southern Appalachians and to promote its preservation. By 2012 there were approximately 500 species of plants, excluding grasses and weeds. You can … Continue reading

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Collier Cove Nature Preserve – April 10, 2017

Collier Cove Nature Preserve Photography by Penny Longhurst & Jim Poling

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Pearson’s Falls – April 7, 2017

Thanks Millie. We had a wonderful visit, as usual! If you missed them, make sure you check out Lucy’s articles about Millie and also the Green Violet that appeared in past issues of Shortia. You can also check out the … Continue reading

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Twin Bridges – April 3, 2017

Seven Hardy Souls! Wet but worth it! 83 species; 42 in bloom. And yes, we cheated and included some pictures from our scouts!   Photography by Penny Longhurst, Jim Poling, and Joe Standaert  

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Pulliam Creek Scout – March 26, 2017

Sadly we had to cancel the field trip because of the weather, but here are some pictures from the scout. (Click on any picture to zoom) Photography by Ken Borgfeldt & Penny Longhurst.

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