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Mother Nature Monday #22: Nectar hunt

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Mother Nature Monday #21: Mammatus clouds

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Mother Nature Monday #20: The flower of the sun

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Mother Nature Monday #19: Seals of approval

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Mother Nature Monday #18: Big leaf, little leaf

11/9/2012: A fallen sycamore leaf lays in some ivy near Knoles Hall on the campus of the University of the Pacific in Stockton.

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Mother Nature Monday #17: Blue bird of…

4/9/2011: A western bluebird rests in a tree near the south shore of Camanche Lake near Burson.

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Mother Nature Monday #16: Valley oak

1/25/2013: Storm clouds approach an oak tree on Live Oak Road near Lodi.

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Mother Nature Monday # 14: Jimson weed sunset

11/12/2014: The blossom on a jimson weed plant blooms on the banks of the Calaveras River between Pacific and Persing avenues during sunset in Stockton

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Mother Nature Monday #13: Hillside steer

7/31/2011: A steer grazes on a hillside along Highway 26 and Paloma Road near Mokelumne Hill.

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Born to be wild(flowers)

Spring is the season of wildflowers and the El Nino rains that we’ve gotten seem to have caused an explosion in the growth of wildflowers. There are reports of a “super bloom” in the usually barren Death Valley. A few weeks ago reader Pete Silva of Jackson sent me pictures a of beautiful poppies growing [...]

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