Here are some posts and articles that I enjoyed this week; I hope you enjoy them as well
Flower and Plant Links
Karen’s Garden Tips has Characteristics of a Meadow Garden
National Park and National Wildlife Refuge Links
National Parks Traveler has Founder’s Day: Honoring The Legacy Of Those Who Built The National Park Service, Appalachian Trail Celebrates 75 Years As The World’s—Yes, The World’s—Quintessential Hike, Is World War II Mustard Gas Stashed At Horn Island In Gulf Islands National Seashore? and The Blue Ridge Parkway’s Linn Cove Viaduct: 25 Years As An Iconic National Park Experience
The Washington Post has National parks face severe funding crunch
Mother Jones has Fukushima Radiation Gives Rise to Mutant Butterflies?
National Parks Traveler has Huge Burmese Python From Everglades National Park Sets Unwelcome Records
The New York Times has Success Reported in Safeguarding a Butterfly Habitat
Native Plant and Wildlife Gardens has How to Design Your Native Plant Wildlife Garden
Environmental Issues Links
Photography and Art Links
The Copyright Zone has Where Do Your Stock Photos Live When You Die?
Dan Williams Bird Photography has Using HDR for Tough Exposures
Photo Attorney has Using the FBI’s Anti-Piracy Warning Seal to Thwart Copyright Infringement
The Luminous Landscape has Are Museums Destroying Art?
Richard Wong Photo Blog has Top 10 Most Influential Nature Photographers of All-Time
Audubon Magazine has Phony Wildlife Photography Gives a Warped View of Nature
DC Area FLower Safari
If you are in the DC area, I hope you will join me and other flower lovers at our DC Flower Safari Meetups. The next one is scheduled for Saturday, August 25 at Brookside Gardens (map). I hope to see you there!