Invasive plants and animals–they’re everywhere!

The RoVing Naturalist  By Dennis Prichard “Rolling along like a tumblin’tumbleweed.” The Sons of the Pioneers sang this tune way back in the day about a plant that is synonymous with the Old West. It could just as easily describe our RV way of life. Nothing could be more American than tumbleweeds across the True West, right? Not so fast, pilgrim.... Read More

Leave that baby bird you find alone!

The RoVing Naturalist By Dennis Prichard Spring is the time for babies in nature: Birds are nesting, bunnies are cavortin’, and deer fawns are dropping like last fall’s leaves. RVers may encounter some of these young animals while interacting with our wild outdoors, whether taking a serious hike or even just overnighting in a parking lot. But do you know how... Read More