August 1, 2013

What’s Beautiful Now?

We’re known for our plants, but the wildlife that calls them home is just as lively from season to season. And summer is about as far from the exception as you’ll find yourself. In the Native Plant Garden, the meadow’s tall, waving grasses and flower spikes are a food court for bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies, while turtles, frogs, and salamanders stake their claims in Twin Lakes and the Bronx River.

If you stand in the Forest and wait, you’ll hear shuffling critters as they go about their daily foraging, feathered or furred. — MN

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