Thursday, February 22, 2018

If you love blue jays, offer whole, in-shell peanuts. As long as peanuts are available, jays keep coming.

Much of what we know about monarch migration originates with the citizen science program called Monarch Watch.

Learn more about the chorus of insects whose songs fill summer nights, and the end-of-season sights yet to be seen.

Researchers working deep in the forests of Venezuela rediscovered the Tachira Antpitta, a brown bird not seen since it was first recorded in the 1950s.

Measuring up to 4 inches long, mantises are hard to miss. And because they are such beneficial insects, they get a lot of attention.

It turns out these gelatinous masses are colonies of thousands of individuals called zoids.

If you have kids in your life, plan to make a difference in their lives: Treat them to a campfire before school resumes.

Usually, distinctive tent caterpillar webs appear in trees in April. They become more conspicuous throughout May, and by June they’re everywhere.

Federal funds distributed to state wildlife agencies are generated by the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act and the Sport Fish Restoration Act.

Cowbirds parasitize the nests of more than 200 species of birds. Song sparrows, chipping sparrows, red-eyed vireos and indigo buntings are frequent victims.
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