A pair of Scissortail Flycatchers feeding on bugs at Tandy Hills Natural Area in Fort Worth, Texas. May 20, 2017
Topping a breezy hill at twilight, we were arrested by this scene of shivering stems of Creek Plum blossoms,. They were covered in moths, butterflies and bees. The spicy/sweet scent was everywhere.
Tandy Hills Natural Area. (March 9, 2017)
Barbara's Button Hill is just one of the amazing hills located at Tandy Hills Natural Area in Fort Worth, Texas. (April 25, 2017) Video by Don Young
Grooved Nipple Cactus, uncommon at Tandy Hills Natural Area, being pollinated by a voracious group of Kern's Flower Scarabs. This was the second bloom for this cactus in spring 2017.
A swarm of dragonflies feasting on mosquitos on a hot summer day at Tandy Hills Natural Area. July 20, 2017
The first Saturday of every June is National Prairie Day. What better place to spend the day than Tandy Hills Natural Area. Here's a slideshow of the spectacular landscapes you can expect to see throughout the year at Tandy Hills. All photos by Don Young. http://www.tandyhills.org
Magic is afoot at Tandy Hills Natural Area in Fort Worth, Texas, when Snow on the Prairie (Euphorbia bicolor), blows in the autumn wind.
By December, the fall grasses and wildflowers are fading at Tandy Hills Natural Area in Fort Worth, Texas. That's when the leaves of the bottomland Oak trees turn from green to red, yellow and orange. It'll have to do until spring.
Pollinators partaking of Sensitive Briar (Mimosa roemeriana) pollen At, Tandy Hills Natural Area, Fort Worth, Texas, 15 April 2017.
A pair of Queen Butterflies in an apparent mating ritual at Tandy Hills Natural Area, 7 April 2017.