Monday, April 12, 2021
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The University of Mount Union’s vernal pool in the Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center attracts frogs, ducks, snakes, newts, fingernail clams and water fleas.

Populations of the American bald eagle have quadrupled since 2009, according to a new report by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and its partners.

Brood X, also known as the Great Eastern Brood of cicadas , will be emerging from the soil after many years of developing underground.

Kym Seabolt reminds us that wildlife can be dangerous, skipping the selfie may save your life and posing with a tiger for your dating profile isn't cute.

Spring peepers are the harbingers of spring. Learn more about how they hibernate, migrate, reproduce and grow into adults.

Juvenile white-tailed deer that strike out to find new home ranges — despite facing more risks — survive at about the same rate as those that stay home.

Learn how to improve your seasonal lawn and garden maintenance to help conserve beneficial and at-risk species of amphibians.

Canada geese offer excellent hunting opportunities, but there has been a negative impact on water quality in ponds that can be attributed to geese.

When a baby bird has fallen it's important to determine when to help and how to properly return it to its nest to give it its best chance for survival.

Vernal pools, or ephemeral pools, provide a perfect environment for amphibians to mate, lay eggs and develop.