Birds arrive here famished on the way to their summer
By Sheryl DeVore.
Jensen: Friend of the Native Landscape
pioneer landscape architect brought wild nature into
gardens and parks. By Julia Sniderman Bachrach.
Gift of Place
seasoned naturalist and educator talks about why kids
need wild places to explore. By Steve Barg.
Gardens: Making Your Own Backyard Habitat.
Futures. A guest essay by Judy Pollock.
In Memoriam: the local writer and naturalist.
By Debra Shore.
Bluebirds and Burning,
by Joe Neumann.
Biodiversity Recovery Plan wins award; Supreme
Court overrides protection of Clean Water Act; Midewin
Heroes; Environmental literacy; Good-neighbor gardens;
Lakes water supply is not inexhaustible:
Letter from Shedd Aquarium Director
of Conservation Roger Klocek
and biking in Bunker Hill Forest Preserve; a heron
rookery at Indiana Dunes; Plus maps and links to preserve
profiles from previous issues.
Naturalist, Historian, and Archaeologist
season's highlights, from The Beginning of Spring,
to the Middle, to the End.
Warblers, Rot, and Rebirth. By Stephen Packard.
Getaways close to home a guide to pedaling,
foraging, bedding down. First up: Liberty Prairie