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August 26, 2018

Bayou-Diversity (26 August 2018)  In Louisiana, September is the season of winding down, of transition to better times or places.  It is as if all things in the natural world are fed up with the necessary struggles to carry on in the heat and humidity of our subtropica...

August 18, 2018

Bayou-Diversity (18 August 2018) Grapes are woody vines that climb with tendrils in search of sunlight.  About twenty species of native grapes are found in the eastern United States in a variety of habitats.  The well-known fruits of grapes have been consumed by humans...

August 5, 2018

Bayou-Diversity (5 August 2018) In my family there are stories about lean times during the Depression when rabbits were a welcomed source of protein in the household larder. Most were shot at night with the aid of a carbide lantern. Rabbits were detected by their eyesh...

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