Monthly Archives: July 2009

Indian River Walk

I took a wander up along Indian River today. Highlights included noticing Montia parvifolia for the first time on Indian River (after previously seeing it elsewhere – seems like it might not be too unusual, but I’ve just overlooked it) … Continue reading

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-07-26

At SFO reflecting on another enjoyable Wildlore weekend and hoping to catch an earlier flight out (with the chance of getting home tonight). # Just got back from a lunch that included dungeness crab and beach asparagrus, both harvested on … Continue reading

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Swan Lake Insect and Fishing with Grandpa

I grabbed a photo of a bee-mimic I saw at Swan Lake. Not a great photo, but hopefully enough to identify. Update: Eristalis anthophorina This afternoon the kids went fishing with my dad down at Sage Beach. They had some … Continue reading

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Beach Asparagus (Sarcocornia perennis)

We went with the Nuttings to a nearby area to look for some crab. I ended up wandering up to where I found a good-sized patch of beach asparagus (Sarcocornia perennis). After taking some pictures, I harvest a bit that … Continue reading

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-07-19

Is going on a boat ride to look for a Northern Goshawk nest. # is running logistic regressions and plotting odds ratios with confidence limits. # Listening to Swainson's Thrushes singing as the light fades away in a gentle drizzle. … Continue reading

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Trip to Silver Bay

I had heard a report of a Northern Goshawk nesting near the shoreline of Silver Bay past Herring Cove. Kent B. was interested in looking for it, so my kids and I went along with him to see if we … Continue reading

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