We've been watching for signs of native milkweed and finally a few good sunny days and a Saturday temperature of 90 degrees brought it out. We found 1" to 3" shoots of Asperula on our 2 acre lot. We typically see it about 7-10 days earlier so it is late this season but should do well now. The adjacent fields around us were not mowed this winter so it will be a few more days/weeks before we can tell how well the new growth is doing this season. Will be watching for signs of migrants over the next several days.
Latitude: 30.1 Longitude: -98
Observed by: Chuck
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