Just as wildlife appear like magic in the spring, they seem to disappear the same way. Ever wondered what becomes of them? Or where they go? We have answers for you!
A yard without birds is like the Statue of Liberty without its torch. Follow these tips and soon you’ll have birds flocking to your yard.
The tiny birds that can! Twice a year, these 1-ounce birds fly thousands of miles, in the face of extreme hazards.
Most moths fly at night when it’s too dark to see them. But some are REALLY worth seeing! So look for them in the daytime while they’re resting.
Your yard is filled with bees, wasps, ants and sawflies. All in the order Hymenoptera, here’s a brief overview of their common characteristics and lifestyle.
These cute critters are easily identified by their small body with white, black and brown stripes, short legs and lively behavior.
Termites are among the most destructive pests on earth. But they’re also beneficial. In fact, we probably can’t survive without them.