Dallas Fanning Nature Preserve, Huntsville, AL (video)

https://youtu.be/IPetZ7iaAGI The new Dallas Fanning Nature Preserve, Huntsville, AL. I hiked the one mile Steve Fowler Loop Trail later in the day after the ceremony, finding lots of fungi, blackberries and an interesting mix of wetlands and woodlands. It's great to have more places to explore on the west side of Huntsville. Hope you enjoy... Continue Reading →

Couchville Cedar Glades State Natural Area, TN (video)

https://youtu.be/rhxHMbuMDCE A one mile loop around the Tyler Sykes / Cedar Glade Loop Trail at the Couchville Cedar Glades State Natural Area. June is a perfect time to go, as the Tennessee Coneflowers, endemic to just the cedar glades in central Tennessee are in full bloom. There's quite an array of other wildflowers here as... Continue Reading →

Shoreline Trail, Old Hickory Lake, Bledsoe Creek State Park, TN (video)

https://www.youtube.com/embed/yzkMq3vq0K0 A couple mile loop hike along the shoreline trail and High Ridge Trails, enjoying the views of Old Hickory Lake and numerous birds and a few deer. Bledsoe Creek State Park is a small park in Tennessee, but a wonderful little place just outside of Nashville, TN. #bledsoecreek#hiking#statepark If you like, please subscribe! Hit... Continue Reading →

50 Years of Earth Day…

Hard to think it's been 50 year since Senator Gaylord Nelson and Denis Hayes set into motion a movement of supporting environmental protection that's grown to what it is today. (though it was '69 when John McConnell first proposed a day to honor the earth at a UNESCO conference. I almost always spend it by... Continue Reading →

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