Every time I walk around Dr. Larry Pounds my head gets bubbled over with all the information he shares. It's not just the identifying plants but all the other interesting features and natural history of the botanical world that highlight our relationship with the plants in our woods. I love having a yard full of good people who share a deep respect and love for Tennessee's natural heritage and want it preserved for all time.
Monday, April 25, 2016
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Tuesday, March 01, 2016
Well actually they were on the Plateau just above the gorge but that's close enough for me to count it. You just never know what a security camera is going to pick up. We think we found the owner of the game preserve they escaped from. He said they were fallow deer but these look more like red deer to me. Either way they are a long way from their native Asia.