It was in 1993 that we first started working at our vacant lot. For 20 years we have been restoring this land that is sandwiched between a busy roadway and a bike path. Today it is about an acre in size and is a source of food for bees, birds, rabbits, dragonflies, butterflies, and small mammals.
To read more go to: www.oldnaturalist.com/one-vacant-lot-at-a-time/
Posted by Lawrence Wade on November 29, 2014 at 8:00pm
This is the largest lizard I have ever caught. Sometimes called the Texas Spiny Lizard, they can be almost a foot long, even though much of that length is their tail. They are related to the horny toad in that they have small spikes all over their body.
Posted by Wilder Good on November 25, 2014 at 4:45pm
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