Nature’s Corner allows Moonshine Ink to profile something happening in the great outdoors, either a species of plant or animal or relevant event happening involving nature, or even a person working in nature
The red-tailed hawk is the prototypical mountain bird.
The tridentatas - sagebrush and bitterbrush - are synonomous with the West and provide the major groundcover for Tahoe.
The pint-sized pygmy-owl is adorable, but be thankful you're not its prey.
Learn to tell the difference between the white and red fir.
The Tahoe area has four animals that turn white in winter - a jackrabbit, hare, weasel, and bird.
You only need to take a walk in your neighborhood to see the wonders of nature.
What do fish do in winter? They slow down and wait for spring. Some even hide.
You could easily mistake the Sierran treefrog for a piece of granite.
Think those are meat bees buzzing around your picnic? Thing again. They're wasps, and contrary to popular opinion, their presence does not predict a big winter.
Can you spot the mule deer before it migrates east for the winter? Read on for clues.
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