Report from the Field:

April 28, 2021 Conservation Easements, FLC Partners, Habitat & Wildlife, Land Acquisition & Preservation, Posts from the Field

It is spring, and that means we are out monitoring, maintaining the office grounds, and checking out potential new easements.

No matter what activity we are doing, we are always on the hunt for wildflowers, spring ephemerals, and migratory wildlife because, as their names suggest, these species are usually only observable for a limited window of time.  As an added bonus, this is usually around the same time that temperatures are more moderate, but the ticks, chiggers, mosquitoes, and poison ivy have not become a constant presence for the season.

Here is just a little snippet of what we are seeing out there:

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