Tag Archives: Waterfalls
Pictures are from a June 2018 hiking trip to explore the waterfalls of Washington State. We started in Portland and crossed into Washington on the Bridge of the Gods. After visiting Beacon Rock State Park, we drove north through Gifford … Continue reading
Photography by Joe Standaert. Click on any picture to zoom & enter slide show. Plants that are non-native to North America are indicated by an asterisk (*) placed after the species name.
Daudie, John, & Penny checked out Station Cove on Wednesday (separately – I was leaving, they were coming). We’d had 3 inches of rain in Brevard earlier in the week. Clearly they had a bunch down at Oconee State Park … Continue reading
Joe and Mary scouted Twin Bridges after the talk last week. That stimulated me to go and look also. Despite visiting about 3 weeks before the time of our usual field trips, we saw many of our old favorites. If … Continue reading
Click on any picture to enter slide show. Photography by Ken Borgfeldt, David Heavner, Penny Longhurst, Jim Poling, & Joe Standaert Plants that are non-native to North America are indicated by an asterisk (*) placed after the species name.
Our timing was perfect. It started pouring with rain as we were making our way back to the cars after lunch up by the train tracks! If you missed it last year, here is the video about the Class J … Continue reading
Photography by Ken Borgfeldt
Thirty-two members turned out for our first field trip of the year! Click on any picture to enter the slide show. Photography by Ken Borgfeldt & Alice Greko
There were some questions on the walk about the two different “Mountain Fetterbushes”. In the pictures below you can see the difference between the deciduous Eubotrys recurva, which we saw on our walk, and the evergreen Pieris floribunda, seen along … Continue reading
Photography by Ken Borgfeldt & Penny Longhurst,