Monthly Archives: March 2018

Snow and Butterflies

Today we had the tenth annual Day of Insects at Reiman Gardens in Ames, Iowa.  It was a day of short presentations.  Yesterday we had some workshops and a meal.  As usual, it was mostly insects enthusiasts giving little overviews … Continue reading

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When it Snows…

We are slowly moving into spring, and I am sure I am not alone in wanting the winter to go away.  But late Friday night and early Saturday it snowed.  We ended up with four inches of snow here.  Other … Continue reading

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Catch of the Day

I am doing a workshop for a local event called Day of Insects.  My workshop is actually  on March 23, 2018, a day prior to the main event.  I am no kind of expert on snails, but I am an … Continue reading

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