Sunday, September 15, 2019
sweet corn

Just in time for peak sweet corn season, Scott Shalaway digs into the history, biology and many uses of corn.
Garter snake

Although you may be startled by an encounter with a snake during the hottest months of summer, don't overreact. Snakes make pretty good neighbors.
Great Smokey Mountains

Donald Trump has done his best to undo Nixon's environmental legacy. He has reversed or begun to roll back more than 80 environmental rules and regulations.
butterfly on flower

This summer, if you'd like to save some money (and blood, sweat and tears), convert a portion of your grassy backyard to native vegetation.
stream snorkling

Relief from the dog days of summer is as close as the nearest spring-fed stream. Snorkeling is a great way to introduce children to nature in the water.
Eastern Hercules beetle

Scott Shalaway shares information on the eastern Hercules beetle, a species of rhinoceros beetles that are common throughout the eastern deciduous forest.
mourning dove

Mourning doves are one of the most abundant birds in North America. Key to their success is that they are generalists in every sense of the word.
horse shoe crab

Scott Shalaway delves into life on the beaches of the Atlantic Seashore, where many wildlife species thrive between low and high tide.

Scott Shalaway shares an update on the active nest box in his grandson's backyard.

Learn more about the bullfrog's habitat, mating habits, diet, natural predators and invasive status in parts of the world outside of the eastern U.S.
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