MWC Eco-brief: Pellsville Cemetery Prairie Spring Wildflower Walk
by Jennifer Anderson-Cruz
Take a virtual walk through the Pellsville Cemetery Prairie for a Memorial Day view of native spring wildflowers. The cemetery, established in 1872, is a beautiful time capsule of native prairie flowers and grasses that anchor the final resting place of early pioneer settlers. As with all prairies, the flowers in bloom change continually throughout the growing season, making every visit unique. The cemetery is located in Rankin, Illinois.
🌼For on-the-fly plant ID and prairie ecology🌼 tidbits, turn on closed captions.
5K HEVC footage was shot with a GoPro Hero9 Black mounted on a Moza Mini P Gimbal. Video editing was performed using Microsoft Movie Maker software.