Invasive Species Weblog logo


Author: Jennifer Forman Orth

Invading your brain since 2002.


About | Links | Suggest a Post


Don't see what you're looking for?



2011 Calendars are here!
2011 Calendars are here!

Get the ISW Feed!    Atom enabled

Subscribe in Bloglines   Add to Google Reader or Homepage



Nature Blog Network



Wednesday, June 19, 2002

 
Fun with Crayons!

The Plant Conservation Alliance, which is part of the Bureau of Land Management, has created a set of "Celebrating Wildflowers" coloring books. From their Northwest Coloring Book you can download the pictures to color, along with color guides, for such invasive species as Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria), the not-actually-from-Canada Canada Thistle (Cirsium arvense) and Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius). The web pages that list the species have no information other than the common and scientific names, but the coloring book pages themselves do have a little "Noxious Weed" note opposite the "Celebrating Wildflowers" logo.






0 Comments:

Post a Comment

This page is Powered By Blogger. Isn't yours?



ARCHIVES: