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Washington Post.com, Dec. 5, 2019: Birds are shrinking. These scientists say it’s a consequence of global warming.

ScienceAlert.com, Nov. 21, 2019: This Fossil Find of an Ancient ‘Snake With Legs’ Tells an Incredible Story   

NYTimes.com, Nov. 18, 2019: ‘The Bacterial Surprise in This Bird’s Smell:’ The bacteria in a bird’s microbiome seems to play an important role in the odoriferous messages it sends to other birds.

Tiny and sort of cute, “water bears” live nearly everywhere, including our yards.

Here’s why scientists are giving honeybees tiny ‘backpacks

Seven new frog species discovered in Brazil — they’re smaller than bumblebees!

Nationalgeographic.com: Hollywood’s Hummingbird Rehabber Tells All

Author Terry Masear runs a rescue service for injured or orphaned hummingbirds and has seen rock stars cry over injured chicks.

The Smelliest Animals: Some animals and plants smell plain horrible, making whiffs of excrement or rotting meat. These pongs have proved to be valuable tools

Bright Lights Bring More Bad News for Urban Bats.

These spiders might be “singing” right in your very own yard. Take a listen. Can a Spider Sing?

Recent studies suggest another alarming addition to the list of threats facing bees — aluminum-laced nectar. Are bees getting dementia?

Uh, oh! We can run, but we can’t hide. From mosquitoes, that is — it’s in our genes!

Review of: The Soul of an Octopus: A Surprising Exploration into the Wonder of Consciousness. This fascinating book presents an entertaining look at the amazing intelligence of octopuses and the implication that all wildlife might be self-aware. Including those in our own yards.

Common bacterium helps bats with white-nose syndrome

U.S. Honey Bees are Disappearing Very Quickly, USDA Report Finds

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