from the notebook of Ann Collins
The Bird Station is an important component for my wildlife exemption. Plus its just a great place to enjoy the woods and the wildlife.
Since there are lots of ferns, I feel I must water often. It gets a couple of hours of water about every four days. It’s very hot and there’s no rain at all!
When the August temperature gets to 100 degrees, plants simply cook; they just about curl up and die or go dormant.
Every year I plant more and more ferns. This year I want to plant some flowering trees, red bud, camellias, and maybe a few azaleas. I can’t help myself!Continue reading “Observations of the Bird Station During a Summer Visit”