Month: July 2019

Still Too Early to Shred

Saw this guy dart across the road on the Rockpile and drop into the first cover he hit.  Still very young and, as you can see, still in the “freezing” mode.  I drove up at took this pic leaning out the window and he never budged.  So I ask my readers to hold off another […]

Spot Check of Habitat Conditions

In my travels this week, I have been from Castroville to Encino, down to Pearsall, back to Falfurrias, then out to D’hanis and of course to my small place south of Castroville.  Key indicators I look for are native sunflower and croton. Overall conditions are very good and remain green although there are some dry […]