Category Archives: Biodiversity

“Spirit of the Forest” by Debbie Catalina

 Photos by Kathleen Pyle June fifth. Still spring. Delicious mist blanketing the valley. My car hugging the twisting, curving road, the road hugging the higher ground, and the high ground itself hugging the selvages of great flat stretching southward. Thoughts … Continue reading

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State of Jefferson Dragonflies by Kathy and Dave Biggs

Introduction to State of Jefferson Dragonflies We taught a 2 day workshop at the Siskiyou Field Institute in Selma, OR. The first day we teach a ‘beginner’s’ class and take the folks to Lake Selmac to see the Skimmers, a … Continue reading

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Roberta the Hairworm

By Kathy Mechling, M.D., SFI Board President We were peering into the old horse trough to see how the tadpoles were progressing.  We saw no tads, they had probably metamorphosed and jumped out, but there was a lovely sinuous worm.  … Continue reading

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