Musings of a roaming nature nerd

A field biologist… Part 4

With a seemingly ever tired mind and body, words have not been flowing like they used to. But I made another little video to share from today’s site. I did not mention this in the video but the poison hemlock by which I am surrounded, is not poisonous to the touch like poison ivy or oak. It is a non-native and very invasive plant from Europe and Africa. It can be mistaken for wild parsnip and its roots are poisonous if eaten. Fortunately, I am not attempting to make any salads while in the field so it just tends to be a nuisance!


Clicking the link below will take you to vimeo where you can watch the video:

Survey in Ysidora Basin

One Response

  1. John

    You are way cool in snake chaps!!!!

    June 16, 2012 at 12:48 pm