However...the land is gorgeous and here are a few proofs of it:
Blue-eyed grass is a small iris-family plant that blooms profusely for a week or so in spring. The flowers range from deep blue-purple to lavender-blue.
I was up on the deck of Owl Pavilion when I spotted this Olive Juniper Hairstreak laying eggs on, not surprisingly, juniper. I see them far more often on flowers, especially wild plum, but after a feast of plum flower nectar, they start laying eggs. I like the green-and-copper coloration, sparked with the white streaks and dots.