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5 Simple Tips to Turn Your Yard Into Pollinator Paradise

With summer flowers blooming, it’s a pollinator party. Here are 5 tips to keep the bumble bees and butterflies healthy and happy in your yard all season long.

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Citizen Science & The Kiss of Death

Kissing bugs: Sure, this might sound like the latest cute critter video craze on YouTube, but a kiss from this bug could be the kiss of death.

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Dragonfly Migration: A Mystery Citizen Scientists Can Help Solve

A dragonfly holds the record for the longest insect migration. And yet dragonfly migration remains a poorly understood ecological phenomenon. Take note, citizen scientists: your observations can contribute significantly to our understanding of the species, and it’s importance to conservation. Break out your field guide and look around city park or backyard.

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Citizen Science: Survey Katydids in Your Neighborhood

That night music you hear coming from the trees? At least in part, that’s coming from katydids. Despite their ubiquity, very little is known about these charismatic critters. But you can help. Grab your smart phone and head into your neighborhood for a katydid census! Blogger Jon Fisher gets you started.

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The Ospreys Are Back!
Live views, 24/7, of an Alabama osprey nest. Record your observations and ask our ecologist about what you’re seeing.

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