Saturday, June 19, 2021
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Blooming goldenrod is turning old fields into oceans of yellow. And orb-weaving spiders are hard to miss in these very same fields.

While some perennials need cut back in the fall, others add to your winter landscape, provide food for birds and shelter beneficial insects.

A few degrees, on average, can make a huge difference in lakes and streams as aquatic species struggle to compete and in some cases survive.

At last count, it is estimated that 72,000 rescues were enacted as a result of Hurricane Harvey and this epic national disaster is not over yet.

Directed by Jeff Orlowski, written by Mark Malone, and backed by National Geographic, Chasing Ice shows irrefutable evidence that global climate change.

The Ohio Pollinator Habitat Initiative is seeking public involvement to collect and drop off common and swamp milkweed seed pods from established plants.

The effort to employ selective breeding to rescue the American chestnut, which has been rendered functionally extinct by a disease, eventually will succeed.

Rails, gallinules, and coots live amid the dense vegetation that surrounds lakes, swamps, and marshes. Most species are seldom noticed.

Chemists at the University of California, Irvine have developed a way to neutralize deadly snake venom more cheaply and effectively.

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