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Fly-in Visitors

The 3.5 acres of blooming trees and flowers have been host to a multitude of fly-in visitors. Birds and beetles (japanese) visited the grounds early this spring, with the cicadas, hummingbirds and butterflies soon following. The Easter Swallowtail, Black Swallowtail and the Viceroy butterflies have been feasting on the lantana, […]

An Unwelcome Visitor

Grounds Manager Deb King releases a bat she found lying on the floor of the Study Monday afternoon.   We’re not exactly sure how it got in, but by the time Deb found it, it was either sick or injured and didn’t last long. This is one visitor that is […]