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Spring is a great time for small things

Few would argue that March and April are a great time to get outside to enjoy the weather in Texas, tornadoes notwithstanding. ┬áBut how many think of spring as great insect-watching weather? Well it is. A multitude of insects break their winter dormancy at the same time as their host plants. ┬áThis leads to great abundance of interesting subjects for those who have eyes to see. The biggest obstacle to insect watching, I find, is the common inability to “see small”. While there are some impressive large insects–most… Read More →