Over a dozen people braved the frigid morning temperature to participate in this week's Nature Ramble.
The photos illustrating today's post were selected from Don Hunter's facebook album. The pictures of the Bloodroot elaiosome and the Yellow Jessamine flower types are mine.
We had two readings today, the first recommended by Emily's sister, Jackie Elsner, and read by Hugh Nourse and the second was read by Don Hunter. You can find both readings here.
Sandra Hoffberg is one of our Nature Ramblers. She is a doctoral student in Genetics at UGA, studying the invasive plants Kudzu and Wisteria. She would like to enlist the help of volunteers in determining how long Wisteria patches can persist in the southeast. I'll let Sandra herself tell you about her project and request at this link.