June Observations

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JANUARY | FEBRUARY | MARCH | APRIL | MAY | JUNE | JULY | AUGUST | SEPTEMBER | OCTOBER | NOVEMBER | DECEMBER

 

June Flora…

icon tch floraGardenias are still blooming. Coreopsis and Rudbeckia are also winding down however the daylillies are blooming beautifully as are the Rain Lillies. Anise Hyssop are declining, wild petunias, morning glory, Black Eyed Susan Vine. Chives are coming into bloom. Echinacea blooming very well. Turmeric has leaved out this month.

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June Fauna…

icon tch fauna Sand Hill Cranes are permanent residents and are heard in morning and evening. Hawks are seen through out the day as are ocassional Turkeys. Deer have been minimal most of the month, but ocassional tracks are seen on the road. Numerous squirrels now are all over and are eating in the garden ( Datil Peppers and Green Beans ) Deer fly were heavy at the beginning of the month but have actually been very minimal since the rains began. In there place are mosquitos…the worse they have ever been.

The warm nights are full, with sounds of Cicadas, Chuck Wills Widow, Bob White, Frogs.

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June Celestial Observations…

icon observations celestialJune’s full moon, known as the Strawberry Moon rose on June 9th. June 3 – Venus at Greatest Western Elongation. June 15 – Saturn at Opposition. June 21 – June Solstice. June 24 – New Moon.

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