Regal and Aphrodite Fritillaries on Butterflyweed by Ron Panzer

Moonrise on Gensburg by Ron Kurowski.

Common milkweed with Hummingbird moth by Ron Panzer.

Redtail hawk by Ron Panzer.

Goat’s-rue by Ron Panzer.

Announcements

  • Celebrate NATIONAL PUBLIC LANDS DAY at Dropseed Prairie and the Prairie Center, 156th and Homan Ave. Markham, Sat. Sept. 24, 10 am to 2 pm.
  • GIVE BACK TO NATURE by participating in restoration activities, get some information, enjoy refreshments, bring a friend.
  • Check the CALENDAR tab for information about upcoming events.

Our Mission

The Friends of the Indian Boundary Prairies is organized exclusively for educational, scientific, and charitable purposes. Our objectives are for the conservation, ecological restoration, ecological stewardship, and preservation of plants, animals, and natural communities, all in the public interest. We wish to promote public awareness, understanding, education, and appreciation of remnant natural areas, of the rare and diverse species that require protected natural remnants for their survival, and of the natural history of these areas.

Our Impact

Our Impact

The Indian Boundary Prairies are supported by