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Daily Bucket: How Do You Make Little Spiders?...
I was a little surprised to find adult Golden Silk Orb Weaver Spiders during one of my walks this week. I don't usually start seeing them until the middle of May. I suspect the unusually warm April ...
Lenny Flank 05/05/2015 71 29 - -
Otters: Personal Reminisces and Great Pics
Titled: Sea Otter - Putting His Feet Up Artist: Mark Hobson In many ways I've had a charmed childhood. I grew up in a small village in Wales: Llanrhaeadr Ym Mochnant, and when I turned 10, my ...
Gwennedd 05/05/2015 70 75 - -
The Daily Bucket - nesting colony in Belize
I wrote up this bucket of baby birds a week ago after returning from Belize, and then got involved in some personal family "nesting"...my daughter "hatched out" her own nestling on Saturday. It ...
OceanDiver 05/04/2015 100 34 - -
Prickly Pears and Bluebonnets - Central Texas
johnatx 05/04/2015 18 27 - -
The Daily Bucket: Oyster Spraying, NW Coast Doings, and Pileated Woodpecker
Seeing no Daily Bucket and itching to post more links I see in my online neighborhood of the NW Coast..here tis. As usual, haha, you don't need my permission to use this as an open thread ...
KenBee 05/03/2015 76 40 - -
The Daily Bucket: Plant/Herptile Interactions
- Curious about something you saw while walking in the woods? Spot the coolest bug ever? The prettiest flower and butterfly? Stumble on a rock and found a fossil? Or was it? This is the place ...
matching mole 05/02/2015 45 25 - -
The Daily Bucket: Wild Florida--The Southern Black Racer
Florida's tropical habitat makes it well-suited for reptiles and a population center for turtles and snakes. Most of our snakes are secretive and nocturnal, and despite their numbers are not often ...
Lenny Flank 04/30/2015 85 26 - -
The Daily Bucket: Early Summer Bloomers
- Curious about something you saw while walking in the woods? Spot the coolest bug ever? The prettiest flower and butterfly? Stumble on a rock and found a fossil? Or was it? This is the place to ...
PHScott 04/29/2015 64 34 - -
The Daily Bucket: The Beach Ecology Around a Tin Rock
I took advantage of a spring minus tide to explore an interesting historical feature along the Bellingham waterfront and to investigate how the intertidal denizens were faring in and around this ...
RonK 04/28/2015 73 49 1 -
The Daily Bucket - Titmouse Fledges
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group. It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you. Insects, weather, meteorites, climate, birds ...
enhydra lutris 04/27/2015 53 34 - -
The Daily Bucket: Texas State Flowers
That's not a typo. Texas has six State flowers, all of them bluebonnets. This is the time of year they begin to weave their carpet of color all across the state. Lupinus ...
FOYI 04/26/2015 93 31 - -
The Daily Bucket: It's A Small World After All
During a recent walk, I decided to focus my attention on all the little things around me--the life that mostly goes unnoticed by everyone as they walk by... The Daily Bucket is a regular series ...
Lenny Flank 04/25/2015 66 31 - -
The Daily Bucket--Hallucinating at the Pond
Standin' in the sunlight laughin' Hidin' behind a rainbow's wall Slippin' and a-slidin' All along the waterfall With you, my blue billed duck You my blue billed duck The Backyard Science group ...
6412093 04/24/2015 89 35 - -
The Daily Bucket - Monterey Bay
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group. It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you. Insects, weather, meteorites, climate, birds ...
enhydra lutris 04/23/2015 41 36 - -
The Daily Bucket - bottoms up!
Gooseville, WI A duck-tailed dabbler. Mallard drake Anas platyrhynchos The Daily Bucket is a regular feature ...
Polly Syllabic 04/22/2015 75 36 - -
The Daily Bucket: Wild Florida--The Mangrove
The mangrove trees are an important part of Florida's ecosystem--they provide habitat for many fish and other marine life, they form natural breakwaters which protect inland areas from winds and ...
Lenny Flank 04/21/2015 43 34 - -
The Daily Bucket--Voracious Invaders
What I wanted: What I got:
6412093 04/20/2015 116 40 - -
2015 Backyard Science Yardbird Race Tally #4
Welcome to the 2015 Daily Kos Backyard Science Yardbird Race! This is the fourth tally for 2015, and is the official place to post your sightings, ask for help, and brag some if you wish. Here's ...
bwren 04/19/2015 80 19 - -
Betrayal!
Some large conservation organizations have a problem. They have to get the money needed to run their programs without being co-opted by the organizations and corporations who donate to them, but ...
Desert Scientist 04/18/2015 72 132 2 -
Spring photos! Backyard flowers and wildlife
Not all is politics and work here in the land of beer and cheese. The storm windows are down and stored, the screens are up, the house is open and the sun is shining. Spring has come, and it's time ...
Mike Kahlow 04/18/2015 20 42 - -
The Daily Bucket - Mostly Empty Bucket; Please Help
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group. It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you. Insects, weather, meteorites, climate, birds ...
enhydra lutris 04/18/2015 66 38 - -
The West Coast of Vancouver Island. Photo Dairy
Four years ago I was given the opportunity to move back to the place I love best in the world. Vancouver Island. I thought of living on the east coast, but found it too crowded, expensive and didn'...
Gwennedd 04/17/2015 76 92 4 -
The Daily Bucket: A Herper's Red-Letter Day
A couple days ago, during an afternoon walk at Sawgrass Lake, I was fortunate enough to encounter a number of reptiles. None of them are particularly rare, but it is unusual to see them all in one ...
Lenny Flank 04/16/2015 40 32 - -
Sterling Nature Center - April 15, 2015 - A Photo Diary Updated
A chilly mid-April morning at Sterling Nature Center and its Great Blue Heron Rookery in Sterling, ...
boriscleto 04/15/2015 11 25 - -
Natural Wanderings: Angus Gholson Jr. Nature Park
Photo diaries about wildflowers and trees, birds and bugs, and maybe some critters as I wander and learn about the natural beauty of our world. April 2015, Chattahoochee, FL Well, another ...
PHScott 04/14/2015 30 23 1 -
The Daily Bucket: Some Random Photos
Just some random photos taken during walks over the past few days. The Daily Bucket is a regular series from the Backyard Science group. Here we talk about Mother Nature in all her glory, ...
Lenny Flank 04/13/2015 33 21 - -
The Daily Bucket: The Great Blue Heron on Bellingham Bay – Heronries and Habitat Preservation
My favorite picture of a GBH taken in the Padden Creek estuary within a quarter mile of the Heronry. This was taken a few years ago in early spring, about now. The Great Blue Heron (GBH; Ardea ...
RonK 04/12/2015 82 46 - -
Dawn Chorus: It's A Cooper's Hawk (Or Is It?)
This diary is slightly above the level of an open thread. Be prepared for some bad photographs and some bird carnage. Fortunately the quality of the photos makes the carnage less obvious. ...
matching mole 04/12/2015 79 53 - -
The Daily Bucket - Lake Chabot Herons
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group. It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you. Insects, weather, meteorites, climate, birds ...
enhydra lutris 04/11/2015 30 22 - -
The Daily Bucket: Neighborhood Crows
Backyard Science is a place where folks report observations and share thoughts about what's happening in nature - locally and globally. We try to have a forum every day to keep things current - that'...
bwren 04/10/2015 84 65 - -
The Mighty Rio Grande
In Late February of this year as I walked down the trail along the Rio Grande at Leasburg Dam State Park in southern New Mexico, I was struck by the relative lushness of the area. A reasonably deep ...
Desert Scientist 04/09/2015 60 125 1 -
The Daily Bucket - gleaming cormorants
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group.  It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you.  Rain, sun, wind...insects, birds, flowers......
OceanDiver 04/09/2015 75 32 - -
The Daily Bucket: An orchard view
I spent the last few sort-of-sunny days outside dividing my time between mulching the orchard and preparing the new veggie garden. Yesterday, it rained, so I put together this Bucket instead of ...
Elizaveta 04/08/2015 57 32 - -
Low Cost Hoop House Cold Frame- Gardening in the Frozen North
Farming and gardening in the cold northern states can be a challenge. Buying seed and starting your own plants enables us to choose those unusual varieties not available at the big box stores ...
flowerfarmer 04/07/2015 37 54 3 -
The Daily Bucket: Sparkleberries!
- Curious about something you saw while walking in the woods? Spot the coolest bug ever? The prettiest flower and butterfly? Stumble on a rock and found a fossil? Or was it? This is the place to ...
PHScott 04/07/2015 49 30 - -
The Daily Bucket: Florida's Beach Dune Habitat
Florida, of course, is the land of beaches: we have more ocean frontage than any state except Alaska. For millenia, a narrow band of beach dune habitat ringed the entire state, just behind the wave-...
Lenny Flank 04/06/2015 44 21 - -
Crayfish Killing Native Species in Mailbu Creek Watershed
Who knew? I certainly did not until I read this mornings Los Angeles Times. But crayfish are killing native species throughout the Malibu Creek Watershed. Apparently crayfish were introduced by ...
unapologeticliberal777 04/05/2015 41 26 - -
The Daily Bucket - Backyard Update
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group. It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you. Insects, weather, meteorites, climate, birds ...
enhydra lutris 04/05/2015 68 32 - -
The Daily Bucket - freshwater for seabirds
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group.  It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you.  Rain, sun, wind...insects, birds, flowers......
OceanDiver 04/04/2015 67 39 - -
The Daily Bucket: Spring Starts
Spring is always when the important things begin, at least to me. Color returns to our gray veiled water, sky, and landscape. Now that there is light it is time to get the vegetable and herb gardens ...
RonK 04/03/2015 90 28 - -
The Daily Bucket: Wild Florida--Florida Cottonmouth
The Cottonmouth, also known as the Water Moccasin, is the subject of a whole slew of myths and legends, most of them not true. The Daily Bucket is a regular series from the Backyard Science group. ...
Lenny Flank 04/02/2015 55 33 - -
The Daily Bucket - Land of Eternal Winter
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group. It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you. Rain, sun, wind...insects, birds, flowers......
Attack Gardener 04/01/2015 92 32 - -
The Daily Bucket - Preserved Patch of Prairie
I've always enjoyed OceanDiver's reports of wildflowers in the prairies on her island. So imagine my excitement to discover a little remnant of preserved prairie inside the Port Townsend golf course.
Milly Watt 03/31/2015 104 34 - -
The Daily Bucket - newest backyard native flowers
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group.  It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you.  Rain, sun, wind...insects, birds, flowers......
OceanDiver 03/30/2015 141 39 - -
The Daily Bucket: Jeepers, creepers...
...where'd ya get that peeper?: Click on the pic for a closer look On the bathroom wall, according to my son. I was weeding in the herb garden yesterday afternoon when he came out of the house to ...
Elizaveta 03/29/2015 90 23 - -
The Daily Bucket In Rory Bory Alice Land the winter's dark and bleak
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group. It is a place to note of any observations you have made of the world around you. Insects, weather, meteorites, climate, birds ...
Wood Gas 03/28/2015 56 36 1 -
The Daily Bucket: Nesting Time at the Zoo
Now that spring has sprung, the hearts of little birdies everywhere are turning to love. So a little while ago, while visiting the local zoo, I set myself the task of finding as many nesting birds ...
Lenny Flank 03/27/2015 51 29 - -
30 new insect species discovered in Los Angeles
You didn't know there were this many types of flies, did you? On April 15, 2015, researchers from the first-ever urban biodiversity survey will publish ...
Walter Einenkel 03/26/2015 26 43 - -
The Daily Bucket - Eagle Family
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group. It is a place to note of any observations you have made of the world around you. Insects, weather, meteorites, climate, birds ...
Wood Gas 03/26/2015 44 33 - -
The Daily Bucket - Confrontational Flora
If you dare to leave the trail, you may find plants that scratch, sting, itch, and grab. These are plants I've dubbed, "confrontational flora." Devil's club (Oplopanax horridus) Devil's Club is ...
Milly Watt 03/25/2015 105 28 - -
The Daily Bucket - On the Wing
The roar of March's lion continues to blow and the beasts of the air are having as much fun with it as they can... Despite the several inches of new snow Friday, it has been starting to feel more ...
jersyblue 03/24/2015 37 31 - -
The Daily Bucket: Some Random Photos
A few random photos shot over the last few days: The Daily Bucket is a regular series from the Backyard Science group. Here we talk about Mother Nature in all her glory, especially the parts that ...
Lenny Flank 03/24/2015 44 24 - -
The Daily Bucket - rainy muddy spring day on the Skagit flats
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group.  It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you.  Rain, sun, wind...insects, birds, flowers......
OceanDiver 03/23/2015 93 32 - -
The Daily Bucket--You Won't Believe This Plant's Shocking Trick!
It explodes. Well, its seed pods explode. The truth is, I'm shocked but also a little ticked off. The exploding seed pods scattered seeds everywhere sometime last year, and now I can hardly see my ...
6412093 03/22/2015 74 45 - -
A Hawai'i Photo Diary
Aloha. Remember me? Maybe, maybe not, depending on how long you have been around here. This week whoever is responsible for sending out the Daily Recommended Diary email dragged out one of my photo ...
Haole in Hawaii 03/21/2015 126 213 8 -
The Daily Bucket: A Walk at Sawgrass Lake
Just a few photos from a recent walk at Sawgrass Lake Park in St Pete FL. The Daily Bucket is a regular series from the Backyard Science group. Here we talk about Mother Nature in all her glory, ...
Lenny Flank 03/21/2015 33 21 - -
The Daily Bucket, Feeding Frenzy
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group. It is a place to note of any observations you have made of the world around you. Insects, weather, meteorites, climate, birds ...
Wood Gas 03/20/2015 58 32 - -
The Daily Bucket - Balloons: What Goes Up Must Come Down
My forestry field work gives me the opportunity to see land that is off the beaten path, away from the bustling cities, and sometimes far removed from public roads. Sometimes I can work all day ...
foresterbob 03/19/2015 67 54 - -
The Daily Bucket - raven & crab
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group.  It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you.  Rain, sun, wind...insects, birds, flowers......
OceanDiver 03/18/2015 76 34 - -
Daily Bucket: Egrets? I've Had a Few....
The Daily Bucket is a regular series from the Backyard Science group. Here we talk about Mother Nature in all her glory, especially the parts that live nearby. So let us know (as close as you are ...
Lenny Flank 03/17/2015 71 39 - -
The Daily Bucket - State of The Yard - Photo Heavy
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group. It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you. Insects, weather, meteorites, climate, birds ...
enhydra lutris 03/16/2015 70 29 - -
The Daily Bucket: Observation (and Appreciation) of a Fellow Bucketeer
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group. It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you. Insects, weather, ...
matching mole 03/15/2015 67 38 - -
2015 Backyard Science Yardbird Race Tally #3
Welcome to the 2015 Daily Kos Backyard Science Yardbird Race! This is the third tally for 2015, and is the official place to post your sightings, ask for help, and brag some if you wish. Here's ...
bwren 03/15/2015 73 21 - -
The Daily Bucket - drifting, sunny day
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group.  It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you.  Rain, sun, wind...insects, birds, flowers...
OceanDiver 03/14/2015 109 38 - -
The Daily Bucket: A Vulture Has His Lunch
A few days ago, I had lunch at one of the local shopping malls, and walking back across the parking lot I happened to see a Turkey Vulture having his lunch too. The Daily Bucket is a regular ...
Lenny Flank 03/13/2015 78 32 - -
The Daily Bucket: Fishing at the Beach
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group.  It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you.  Rain, sun, wind...insects, birds, flowers......
matching mole 03/12/2015 43 30 - -
The Daily Bucket - insects in the backyard today
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group.  It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you.  Rain, sun, wind...insects, birds, flowers......
OceanDiver 03/10/2015 78 26 - -
The Daily Bucket: A Walk on the Beach
Some photos from a walk along Indian Rocks Beach, in St Pete FL: The Daily Bucket is a regular series from the Backyard Science group. Here we talk about Mother Nature in all her glory, especially ...
Lenny Flank 03/09/2015 54 23 - -
The Daily Bucket - Lake Chabot Heron Rookery, or not
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group. It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you. Insects, weather, meteorites, climate, birds ...
enhydra lutris 03/08/2015 45 35 - -
Dawn Chorus: Let's Raise Some Money for Audubon!
American Avocet ...
Senor Unoball 03/08/2015 32 34 - -
The Daily Bucket - hiding under a rock all winter
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group.  It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you.  Rain, sun, wind...insects, birds, flowers......
OceanDiver 03/07/2015 94 57 - -
The Daily Bucket: Camellia Coloration Conundrum
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group. It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you. Insects, weather, meteorites, climate, birds ...
RonK 03/06/2015 74 28 - -
The Daily Bucket--Oregon's One Crazy Trick has Backyard Scientists Baffled
I have proof now. The weather nerds have confirmed that several Oregon sites are concluding the warmest winter in recorded history. While recorded history only goes back to 1940 for Portland, ...
6412093 03/05/2015 52 37 - -
Glass Beaches
Waste from a dump pours out into the ocean. Debris and pollution enter the natural environment. Add fifty years or more.
James Wells 03/04/2015 44 126 2 -
The Daily Bucket: Unabashedly Spring
- Curious about something you saw while walking in the woods? Spot the coolest bug ever? The prettiest flower and butterfly? Stumble on a rock and found a fossil? Or was it? This is the place to ...
PHScott 03/04/2015 44 27 - -
The Daily Bucket - fruiting Frog Pelt
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group.  It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you.  Rain, sun, wind...insects, birds, flowers......
OceanDiver 03/03/2015 72 29 - -
Daily Bucket: Florida's Invaders--Walking Catfish
Florida is the land of invasive species. Because of our status as a center for the importing of exotic pets and houseplants from overseas, and our neo-tropical climate, we have been invaded by ...
Lenny Flank 03/02/2015 50 22 - -
The Daily Bucket - blackbird romance?
Tis the beginning of the season for bird romance in the Pacific Northwest. I first heard the chorus of Red-winged Blackbirds singing in the marshes a month and a half ago (!) which is much earlier ...
OceanDiver 03/01/2015 77 35 - -
Birds of Winter
Cold clear day here in IA. Pix below the orange thingie...
not4morewars 02/28/2015 5 23 - -
The Daily Bucket--Mark of the Beast
I work part time at a golf course, raking the sand bunkers. These are shallow depressions partly filled with fine sand. We rake the bunkers almost every day to insure a consistent surface. But ...
6412093 02/28/2015 98 58 - -
The Daily Bucket: An Eagle Visits the Library
So I was at the library on Tuesday working on some manuscripts when I happened to glance outside and see a Bald Eagle perched there, peering inside. Maybe he forgot his library card. He hung around ...
Lenny Flank 02/27/2015 78 41 - -
The Daily Bucket: LBFOBW
AKA: Large birds from our bedroom window. The Backyard Science group regularly publishes The Daily Bucket, which features observations of the world around us. Insects, weather, meteorites, ...
matching mole 02/26/2015 66 30 - -
Buy tuna today? You might be supporting slavery.
I will keep this brief. Today I came across an AP story about slave labor in the Thai fishing fleet. I urge you to read the entire article: OVERFISHING DRIVING SLAVERY ON THAILAND'S SEAFOOD BOATS ...
foresterbob 02/25/2015 56 59 - -
The Daily Bucket - Color Me Spring
The earliest signs of spring can be very subtle. Before leafing out, some stems take on brighter colors of renewed life. Black ...
Milly Watt 02/25/2015 86 31 - -
Daily Bucket - Dreaming of Summer
The Backyard Science group regularly publishes The Daily Bucket, which features observations of the world around us. Insects, weather, meteorites, climate, birds, flowers and anything natural or ...
Attack Gardener 02/24/2015 89 30 - -
The Daily Bucket-Culverts to Hell
I live in the suburbs. In most areas mankind has modified this environment beyond recognition, despite the best efforts to preserve some natural features. I try to deal with these changes by ...
6412093 02/22/2015 69 33 - -
The Daily Bucket--Say Hello to My Little Friend
I know a guy who obsessively hunts for golf balls. Sometimes he forgets he is playing golf and wanders off into the blackberry patches, hunting balls, far from the manicured fairways and greens ...
6412093 02/21/2015 38 36 - -
The Daily Bucket - GBBC by boat (with bonus sea lions)
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group.  It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you.  Rain, sun, wind...insects, birds, flowers......
OceanDiver 02/20/2015 102 57 - -
The Daily Bucket - Here be Dragons!
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group. It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you. Rain, sun, wind...insects, birds, flowers......
Attack Gardener 02/19/2015 88 35 1 -
The Daily Bucket--Weather, or Climate?
Fifty-three weeks ago, I was slogging through a foot of snow to bust a hole in the 6-inch-thick ice capping my back yard pond. I wanted to make sure the birdies could get a drink. Things were a ...
6412093 02/18/2015 105 28 - -
Daily Bucket: Florida's Turtles--A Gallery
The Daily Bucket is a regular series from the Backyard Science group. Here we talk about Mother Nature in all her glory, especially the parts that live nearby. So let us know (as close as you are ...
Lenny Flank 02/17/2015 62 26 - -
The Daily Bucket--Coyote?
I've worked part time for 15 years at a golf course west of Portland, Oregon. I've often observed the comings and goings of the beasts, birds and critters eking out a life that includes the course'...
6412093 02/16/2015 158 49 - -
2015 Backyard Science Yardbird Race Tally #2
Welcome to the 2015 Daily Kos Backyard Science Yardbird Race! This is the second tally for 2015 is the official place to post your sightings, ask for help, and brag some if you wish. Here's what ...
bwren 02/15/2015 45 20 - -
The Daily Bucket: The Ghost Canoe
Objects created by man can be beautiful. You only have to look around you to find art, crafts, and simple everyday objects that bring instant joy. The swirling colors of a van Gogh painting. The ...
Mark Sumner 02/14/2015 75 63 1 -
GMO trees Are Gonna Getcha – Or Maybe Not.
Today’s email included a passionate plea from CREDO. A company called ArborGen, Inc. is developing genetically modified pine seedlings, and CREDO wants me to sign a petition to save the planet ...
foresterbob 02/13/2015 437 116 3 -
The Daily Bucket - hidden marsh
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group.  It is a place to note any observations you have made of the world around you.  Rain, sun, wind...insects, birds, flowers......
OceanDiver 02/13/2015 71 37 - -
The Daily Bucket - PNW Snow No Show
While the east coast has been contending with heavy snow this winter, the Pacific Northwest mountains are seriously in need of snow. I was curious if this winter has been unique in its lack of ...
Milly Watt 02/12/2015 67 34 - -
The Daily Bucket - Backyard Crows
The Daily Bucket is a regular feature of the Backyard Science group. It's the place to note any observations you have made of the natural world around you. New birds passing through? Something ...
bwren 02/11/2015 112 49 1 -
Almost 1 billion monarch butterflies have vanished
Monarch Butterfly - Danaus plexippus The Washington Post ...
Walter Einenkel 02/10/2015 119 227 4 -
The Daily Bucket: Duckies
The Daily Bucket is a regular series from the Backyard Science group. Here we talk about Mother Nature in all her glory, especially the parts that live nearby. So let us know (as close as you are ...
Lenny Flank 02/10/2015 67 26 - -
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