On Parman Road in Dansville, Michigan, is a hidden oasis of beauty called Along The Fence Daylilies. A flower farm run by Saundra Dunn and Mary Ann Cleary, this acre is home to around 12,000 plants.
Scientists have discovered a Lake Superior refuge for a declining weasel-like carnivore.
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The most recent bald eagle census from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife estimates 806 nests in the state. Lake Erie and other large waterbodies host the highest number of eagles because of easy access to food resources. Read the full story by The Delaware Gazette. Read the full story
The Great Lakes region’s more than 300 bird species may provide valuable mental health benefits.
A recent study from Carleton University in Ontario shows there are fewer mental health-related hospitalizations in Michigan areas with high bird diversity.
Ecology cautions against overgeneralizing the impact of cormorants on fish populations because what the birds feed on differs by available species, the age and size of the fish they eat, and where they feed in their respective territories.
It’s October, and the stink bugs are moving into my house for the winter. So many things stink in a deliberate attempt to be repulsive. Other things stink to be attractive, but because they’re not trying to attract us, we may not like their aromas.