Illinois holds a great diversity of natural habitats and communities, from cypress swamps in the south, beech-maple forests in the east, tallgrass prairies in the central region, steep bluffs and palisades along the western rivers, bogs and wetlands in the northern counties, and numerous other unique natural communities in between.
★ June 5th through 7th, 2015 ★
Hosted by the Forest Glen Chapter
Yellow trout lily (Erythronium americanum) at Rocky Bluff, Crab Orchard National Wildlife Refuge
Photo by Chris Benda
As a state, we have long been blessed with a great legacy of individuals and organizations that have devoted immense time and efforts toward the study, protection, and care of our natural resources. Please join us as we strive to uphold this legacy and share our appreciation of Illinois' natural treasures with current and future generations.
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