This Praying Mantis is a female and she is full of eggs. During the fall they lay hundreds of eggs. They come out one at a time and form a large organized mound that looks like frothy bubbles. Later, the egg mound hardens to form a protective layer over the eggs so they can…Continue
Posted by Wilder Good on October 21, 2014 at 5:48am
While walking in the woods this afternoon, I found an Eastern Box Turtle sitting among the fallen leaves. At some point each autumn, I find a box turtle in about the same location. Today, I learned that they have a limited home range and spend their entire life ranging from…Continue
Posted by Ann Courcy on October 18, 2014 at 5:35pm
It has become very difficult to get children to appreciate the wonders of the natural world that surrounds them. Why? Because they’re glued to their TVs, laptops, iPads, and mobile phones almost all the time, they don’t like playing outdoors anymore.
Technology has definitely come a long way in making things more convenient for us, but it has also had a lot of undesired effects. It’s…Continue
Posted by Kris Antonius on October 14, 2014 at 10:11pm
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