Read about Ruby's resident skunk, Morton, and how to run like a skunk from a master tracker! This blog post by Round River student Benjamin Felser tells all about it. Here's his photo of Morton:
PS: Read the next blog post to discover Morton's new adventures!
Today, Ruby stands as a reminder of the complicated relationships between humans and their environment. The old buildings and piled rock walls have created habitats for a diverse flora and fauna. Currently 330 plant species of plants have been recorded at Ruby... -from the Atascosa Borderlands project
In 2017, ecologist Jack Dash and photographer Luke Swenson began a project about the Atascosa Borderlands. This youthful duo spent countless hours documenting and photographing the area, and feature an entire chapter of their recently completed project solely on Ruby. Read it here, and pass it on! Amazing work!
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