Update 2019-05-20: A more likely identification.
Definitely not a rattlesnake. Whatever it is, it chose poorly by showing up right in front of the dogs’ doghouse.
Don’t know which dog dislikes them most, maybe Yellow Dog. Continue reading
It’s a Nepenthes.
Pretty sure it’s a Nepenthes mirabilis, which is common across southeast Asia. Yes, that makes it exotic here, but it’s very picky, so Continue reading
Nope, no longleaf in there.
Except these ones. Continue reading
“B W Sinclair also owned at one point some land along the Coffee Road,” says Wiregrass Region Digital History Project (WRDHP):
Magnetic variation 4° East Continue reading
After the prescribed burn, it’s a lot easier to see, and there are more gopher tortoise burrows than we thought.
Here’s another Gopherus polyphemus near the road. It’s good there are so many. Gophers are a keystone species, hosting Continue reading
A walkabout six weeks ago.Continue reading