Thursday, June 17, 2010

Wild Blue Lupin

Wild Blue Lupin - Images by Chuck van Rens
The Wild Blue Lupin is a endangered species that is found in Oak Savannah regions. Oak Savannah regions are rare in themselves. These plants were found in the Oak Opening Region of Northwestern Ohio. The region, 130 square miles, is called by the Nature Conservatory, "One of American Last Great Places." Blue Lupin is a food source for the rare Blue Kramer Butterfly. The region is a photographer's delight.

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