Month: May 2019

Ditch beauties

above photos courtesy Elise D. Parker – The Roaming Parkers This time of year, roadsides in southwest Mississippi are alive with wildflowers and one of my favorite of these is the spiderwort (Tradescantia) that graces our ditches and fencelines throughout April and May. There are two main species of […]

Roaming Parkers 2018-2019 Travel writing

After we got back from Kilimanjaro in January 2018, we declared that our next several destinations would have to be tropical, sea-level, and flat – so we started brainstorming destinations based on those criteria. But, as usual, we didn’t do too good with those criteria. In fact, we […]

Roaming Parkers 2018-2019 Conservation Writing

During our second year of environmental conservation blogging here at Roaming Parkers, we focused on conservation education and saw some conservation wins. Conservation Education Conservation Wins Bogue Chitto & Pearl River Over the past year, we have concentrated our personal conservation service efforts on the Pearl and the […]