Saturday, July 24, 2010
These photo's were taken during my Kankakee fishing expedition.
The last "Daisy Fleabane year" was 2006 which seemed to be a hot and drier year than we have had of late.
Blue Herons appear around every bend of the trail this year too. The drier conditions mean that backwaters are drying up and tadpoles and frogs are plentiful food.
Daisy Fleabane was once thought to repel fleas; thus the name.