Flies have a notorious reputation, but most are helpful pollinators of crops and flowers, and recyclers of plant, animal matter into organic nutrients.
Author Tara Allison
Most of us call any turtle a “turtle.” Environmentalists and researchers, however, make a distinction between “turtle,” “tortoise” and “terrapin.’
When we can set aside our fears, we find that snakes are fascinating animals that deserve respect as beneficial predators of rodents, and other pests.
Wildlife need places for resting, birthing and raising offspring. The more options you offer, the safer and more welcoming your yard will be.
It isn’t rocket science, but picking the right birdhouse does take some knowledge. Here’s what to know before you shop.
Some Blue Jays and Northern Cardinals molt in a most conspicuous way! Here’s what experts say about the phenomenon.
It’s commonly thought that toads spend most of their time in water, but, unlike frogs, they stay on land. So, invite them into your yard!
The sad saga of the Dusky Seaside Sparrow is an example of human actions killing off an entire species. Excerpt from “Old Songs in a New Cafe.”