Pick a walk through a natural habitat and hike it once a month for a year. You’ll never have the same walk twice.
Coyote brush is a tough, scrappy survivor, often overlooked and under appreciated.
Besides city views and apex predators, there is also show biz!
So far all the plants have survived with the exception of the island morning glory dug up by my co-gardener, Rocky the dog. Even the native grasses he ate grew back fine.
The calendar said it was Spring, but Spring was still duking it out with Winter up in the Colorado Rockies.
Not far from the L.A. coastline, at the corner of Lincoln and Jefferson is a small marsh.
Intelligent, resourceful, creative, coyotes have thrived under persecution where other animals were vanquished
So plant a few natives in the yard and call it a day, eh? I wish.
Between the multi-million dollar houses of the Pacific Palisades and Will Rogers State Park sits Murphy Ranch where truth and myth blended together.
“In a few months the wonderful flowery vegetation is in full bloom and by the end of May it is dead and dry and crisp, as if every plant had been roasted in an oven.” –John Muir