I was on the Beaver River Wetland Trail on March 24.
Here is how it looked:
In March I was looking for early migrant birds and examining tree buds. Much more life here on this day:
Thanks to Ken Sproule for assistance in identification.
A botanist friend always refers to Day-lilies as “weeds” because they crowd out native species. I say … very beautiful weeds!
Come ye into the summer woods;
There entereth no annoy;
All greenly wave the chestnut leaves,
And the earth is full of joy. – Mary Howitt (1799–1888)