Sundews, pitcher plants, and bladderworts all lure unsuspecting insects into their leaves and digest them…learn how in this summer’s edition of Newts from the Field!
Learn how some wildlife in the Northeast use deep snowpack as insulation to survive cold winters and hide from hungry predators!
This year has been a complicated one. If one looks closely, fall foliage can offer lessons in the art of transitioning during darker, colder times.
August marks the beginning of the season of plenty. While I am trying my best to stay in the present and savor the last days of summer, many of my wild neighbors have their eyes to the future and are beginning their furious preparations for the long cold winter ahead.