Male and female birds must find each other, but how? Trees, plants, hills and human structures are sight barriers. Even in trees, birds may not see others.
Ask any child about deer and “Bambi,” the fawn1 in Walt Disney’s beloved animated movie of the same name, will inevitably…
Built for speed, jumping, and agility, they’re named for their cottony tail and smarter than you think.
The most common mouse in the U.S., they’re seen as pests. But they’re beneficial as predators of insects and as food for other animals.
In the U.S., there are three species of flower-eating bats, 44 species of insect-eating bats. Persistent myths give a false impression they’re dangerous.
Would it surprise you to learn a Red Fox is your neighbor? Even in the city? Could Red Foxes be…
Skunks are known best as stinky roadkill, and good riddance. That’s too bad, because they’re beneficial, non-aggressive, and just want to be left alone.
Fall and winter are good times to make a to-do list for next spring. Have you purchased seeds? Cleaned tools? What plants will you buy?
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!