Jim Cane and Linda Kervin

Wild About Utah Volunteers

Jim and Linda met at the American Museum of Natural History's Southwestern Research Station in the Chiricahua Mountains in southeastern Arizona. They have been exploring nature together ever since.

Utah’s mountains and foothills blaze with the brilliant foliar colors of aspens, maples, sumacs and more. But autumn colors can be found in less likely habitats too, even across our flat, desolate salt pans. There the usually drab stage has been given a splash of deep, dusty rose color by its sole botanical performers, the pickleweeds.