Nature Walk in the Refuge
Now that the weather has warmed up and we’ve had rain, we should start to see flowers blooming in the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge! On our walk last month, the only flowers we saw blooming were tiny violets. Even so, there was plenty of bird activity and we even saw butterflies, including one monarch trying to nectar on a tiny violet!
If you have any questions or would like to meet us in the refuge rather than Cedar Key Town Park, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 352-543-6738.
I hope to see you Friday!
2/16/2018 06:25:04 am
The tiny blue flowers might be butterworts, a carnivorous plant, they are blooming on all the former logging roads in the Refuge. I read that hummingbirds will even sip the nectar from the tiny flower.
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