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September 30, 2018

Bayou-Diversity (30 September 2018)  In a recent year the white oaks of Union Parish released their offspring on November 19th.  Actually they began a few days before and continued for a week or so afterwards.  On that day from my front porch my watch could not mark te...

September 23, 2018

Bayou-Diversity (23 September 2018) Okay, here’s the Louisiana bayou trivia question of the day.  Just what are those softball-sized, jelly-like globs that are often seen attached to bayou trees and boat docks, especially after water levels fall?  Impress your friends...

September 9, 2018

Bayou-Diversity (9 September 2018)  We humans describe the world that we see around us as our environment.  Our perception of this world is unique in that none of the other living creatures on the planet share our experience.  Each species has its own awareness of what...

September 2, 2018

Bayou-Diversity (2 September 2018)  When people experience intense emotions such as fright or awe, they often remark that they feel their hair standing on end.  Startling night sounds that emit from our local forest lands are sometimes a source of these involuntary chi...

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