This is the first time I have been to Meadowlake on an overcast day with light occasional rain. There were unusual bird species there: tree swallows and a blue-winged teal instead of mallards. The plants seem to be establishing very well in some patches, and poorly in others. Most of the reed-like grasses are doing average or thriving. The plant life that is consistently in pooling (each of the 4 weeks I’ve visited) seems to be more polarized; some are thriving, others have brown dry leaves. Again, the reed grasses are doing fairly well, but those with distinct stems and leaves are doing poorly.
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