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Project Noah Nature School
Former Outdoor Education Director and science teacher. Love to explore and ID our local flora and fauna!
Ann Arbor, MI
Definitely a shaggy mane! They're tasty too....just make sure you eat them before they turn inky (black-purplish) in the gills!
That's an Osage Orange! (Maclura pomifera)
We have these guys all over Michigan - they're the black color phase of the Eastern Gray Squirrel. I actually raised an abandoned youngster of this variety....they're fascinating animals!
Nope - it's an iris! Not sure of species, but as it looks pretty small, I'm guessing it's a dwarf variety?
Ahhh, wild-growing roses. Love them!
Yay! Great to see you here :)
Is his ear pierced?!? That's awfully cruel.
Berries (when ripe) can be boiled to make a tea!
Agreed! American pokeweed for sure!
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