Midwest Wilderness Connections Eco-briefs and Eco-sweeps

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Midwest Wilderness Connections Eco-brief: Canada Bluejoint Wet Meadows

Midwest Wilderness Connections Eco-brief: Canad...

Canada bluejoint (Calamagrostis canadensis) wet meadows vs. invasive stands of reed canary grass (Phalaris arundinacea). How to tell the difference and how to restore monarch habitat through win-win opportunities for...

Midwest Wilderness Connections Eco-brief: Canad...

Canada bluejoint (Calamagrostis canadensis) wet meadows vs. invasive stands of reed canary grass (Phalaris arundinacea). How to tell the difference and how to restore monarch habitat through win-win opportunities for...

Midwest Wilderness Connections Eco-brief: Prairie Seeding Success or Failure?

Midwest Wilderness Connections Eco-brief: Prair...

Enjoy this quick impromptu video highlighting important info regarding the establishment of a prairie restoration seeding.

Midwest Wilderness Connections Eco-brief: Prair...

Enjoy this quick impromptu video highlighting important info regarding the establishment of a prairie restoration seeding.

Midwest Wilderness Connections Eco-brief: Fairmount Cemetery Prairie

Midwest Wilderness Connections Eco-brief: Fairm...

The last native bluff prairie remnant in Davenport, Iowa can be visited in Fairmount Cemetery. Towering above the Mississippi River, this prairie has been holding this bluff in place for...

Midwest Wilderness Connections Eco-brief: Fairm...

The last native bluff prairie remnant in Davenport, Iowa can be visited in Fairmount Cemetery. Towering above the Mississippi River, this prairie has been holding this bluff in place for...

Midwest Wilderness Connections Eco-brief: Fox Squirrel

Midwest Wilderness Connections Eco-brief: Fox S...

The eastern fox squirrel prefers more open canopied woodlands and forest edges than the eastern gray squirrel. By utilizing different habitats, the two squirrel species avoid direct competition for basic...

Midwest Wilderness Connections Eco-brief: Fox S...

The eastern fox squirrel prefers more open canopied woodlands and forest edges than the eastern gray squirrel. By utilizing different habitats, the two squirrel species avoid direct competition for basic...

Midwest Wilderness Connections Eco-brief: The Opossum

Midwest Wilderness Connections Eco-brief: The O...

Over 3 million years ago, the Panama land bridge formed and connected the North American and South American Continents prompting the Great American Biotic Exchange. Virginia opossums migrated from South...

Midwest Wilderness Connections Eco-brief: The O...

Over 3 million years ago, the Panama land bridge formed and connected the North American and South American Continents prompting the Great American Biotic Exchange. Virginia opossums migrated from South...