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Join Julie Geiss and her crew as they embark on “Operation Bullfrog” late at night under the cover of darkness.

Judith Sutherland reflects on the summers of her youth, recalling the summer her cousins moved back to Ohio.

The voices of owls and frogs subside in September, allowing insect sounds to dominate. Learn more about what to listen for on late summer nights.

Judith Sutherland reflects on the joy swimming has brought into her life and the lives of those close to her. She urges her readers to find that same joy.

It is the smell of sweet corn that brings a rush of so many memories for Judith Sutherland.

Insect numbers peak during warm weather. Learn what to look for in your backyard during this time of year.

On the southern Illinois dairy farm of Alan Guebert's youth, July was a slow, sweet bridge between spring's hard hustle and fall's quickening step.

Many will enjoy a s’more this summer, but do you know where this tradition comes from? Learn how the s’more came to be.

Before the leaves begin to change, let’s take some time to enjoy all the fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs that are in season and readily available.

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