Come with me a little way; you’ll find that insects are very interesting — they live lives full of (insect-style) adventure.
Monthly Archives: February, 2015
The butterflies on your flowers are sipping nectar, too. They sip through a “proboscis,” a tube designed for sucking liquids.
Let’s now step over to your pond. The Green Darner protecting his territory above the water is capable of devouring 600 mosquitoes a day.
Encountering a Coyote. Are my pets safe? Coyotes and rabies. How to keep them out of yard.
These insects are called “jumping” bristletails because they can launch themselves several inches through the air.
Browse photos and interesting facts adapted from our Facebook posts. Did you know that frogs migrate? Some live in trees.
Browse photos, interesting facts about wild rabbits and hares, as adapted from our Facebook posts. This page is periodically updated. COTTONTAIL…
Seventy or more species of birds are known to nest in birdhouses, but no single birdhouse appeals to them all.
Want to hang a birdhouse? Check this chart first — different birds require different sizes.