April 26, 2020

Bayou-Diversity (26 April 2020)  Until the middle of the 20th century few people in the South escaped an occasional medicinal dosing of a chemical derived by intentionally injuring native pine trees.  The chemical was turpentine and its uses were legion.  Turpentine wa...

April 20, 2020

Bayou-Diversity (20 April 2020)  In the spring of 1996 a feathered bolt of lightning launched from the top of a skyscraper in downtown Minneapolis.  During her maiden flight the young peregrine falcon tested long, pointed wings that make her species the fastest fliers...

April 5, 2020

Bayou-Diversity (5 April 2020)   I have come to the conclusion that alligators don’t travel well.  It’s an opinion based on several incidents that have occurred over the years in my dealings with these survivors from the age of dinosaurs.  Historically alligators were...

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