Northern saw-whet owl banded in Brookings, SD at the Dakota Nature Park
Late at night in the breeding season, males give a rhythmic tooting song that may go on for hours with scarcely a break. The bird was named for this song, which reminded settlers of the sound of a whetstone sharpening a saw.
Endless shades of green as the plants come to life after a long winter…
Proof… Late afternoon visit to beautiful McCrory Gardens
Season’s final attempt at freezing…
Last ice for the winter at Lake Poinsett, SD
here to grace the world
yet one more day
The approximately 4 x 8 ft colorful creative space! Design by Karli and Austin.