Saturday, April 20, 2013

A Plant and What's Still Wild in the News

Bloodroot bloom at Floyd Bennett Field Garden wildlife habitat (not wild, but transplanted)

It's nice to know that when the National Park Service isn't making dubious deals to lease out their land and historic structures to natural gas companies, they spend some time focused on what actually is their business, celebrating some of what is still wild even here in New York City. (Last year's picture, late March.) Because plants are of the wild too, though they do not roar.

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