Native Plant Appreciation Month begins!

We are off to a very good beginning for a Monday start! As of this posting observations from twelve people are logged in to NPSO-PDX Chapter's bioblitz! Not surprisingly, Pacific Trillium (Trillium ovatum) has taken an early lead, and one which probably won't be relinquished given the previous two years' results.
Time will tell how many species we will log this year. Even though counting species and logging observations is important, the point of it all is to get out and enjoy looking (and recording) our native plant species. Who knows, along the way you may see something new and surprising! Today on my short walk in Mount Talbert Nature Park, Happy Valley, I discovered an approximately 35' tall Dogwood tree that I had never seen before, and it was blooming already! Have fun, and enjoy the beauty around you.

Publicado el abril 1, 2024 10:57 TARDE por geographerdave geographerdave


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