These insects are called “jumping” bristletails because they can launch themselves several inches through the air.
Author Tara Allison
A hearty nonagenarian shares his thoughts on beekeeping, pesticides, bees, and the environment.
Most butterflies are beautiful, but some stand out above the others. Our biggest and boldest practically scream “Look at me!”
If someone calls you a birdbrain, consider it a compliment! Birds in the Cordivae family astonish with their sense of self and problem-solving skills.
Human mothers don’t hold the patent on good parenting. Good mothers are found in the wild, too. Meet eight of them.
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.
Gone are the warm days, flowers, butterflies and singing birds. Now, it’s the chilly, bare, quiet landscape of winter. Anything happenin’ out there?
How do wildlife survive in harsh winter weather? Strategies includes heavy fur coats, warm burrows, “anti-freeze,” and other surprises.
If you love love love pines, raise your paw! This group of three squirrel species surely would.