Class of 2014

ORCA class photo 2-22-2014 copy
The Florida Medical Entomology Laboratory – Pelican Island Audubon Society Volunteer Stewardship Class of 2014 concluded on Saturday, 2/22, with a walk on the south Oslo Riverfront Conservation Area.

The class began with the second-ever showing of the Secret Life of the Scrub Jay, yet another wonderful program by Bob Montanaro, talented wildlife photographer and PIAS Office Manager. You can find out more about his programs at his website.

Unseasonable thunder, lightening & rain cut short the walk, but most participants did get to see baby (seedling) lupines (Lupinus diffusus), pictured below with its visibly silky leaves …

lupinus diffusus 2 seedling copy

as well as a plant that was described as ‘cute’, a small rosette of a plant called candyroot (Polygala nana) …


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