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Africanized honeybees, when on the attack, aim for dark colors and carbon dioxide your mouth, for instance. Scientists think the bees have been settling in the state for more than a decade, especially from Orlando to South Florida. In that time,
The third annual release of butterflies was held Thursday afternoon in Nicholasville. The event held as a remembrance of loved ones who have died has become increasingly popular since it was introduced by Hager & Cundiff Funeral Home in Nicholasville.
Dozens of butterflies swarm around the yellow-spotted turtle's face to drink its tears The turtle appears to pull its head away as the orange and yellow butterflies take turns for a drink The reptiles, pictured in the Amazon, were sunbathing to soak
Vt. (AP) Inmates at Vermont's Windsor prison are helping to save bats by building daytime roosting boxes. The 50 bat houses were given away at this year's Herrick's Cove Wildlife Festival to attendees who regularly observe bats near their home.
Suggested Topics Joanna Lumley, the Queen and Ringo Starr were among the Great British institutions to wish a happy 100th birthday to another one the Chelsea Flower Show. Thousands of delighted gardeners are descending on the grounds of Chelsea's
This time of year I feel like a wild thing, drinking in the fresh air and eating dandelions from my lawn one day, ready to fly to north with the birds the next...In an article by Christie Nicholson, published in "Scientific American" magazine,
Monarch butterflies typically form large clusters, sometimes containing hundreds or thousands of butterflies, on trees in well-sheltered areas during the colder winter months...This will tell us how far they're travelling to find overwintering safety.
The jacarandas are blooming, the air smells like jasmine and the Butterfly Pavilion has opened up at the Natural History Museum. LAist stopped by to take some photos of the more than 53 species of butterflies and moths, as well as the lush ecosystem
tool goes here A recent EPA report on the continuing decline of the bee population lists several probable causes. One of the suspected reasons may be the lack of a diversified diet for the bees. A fairly obvious problem may be that when hives of bees
They're the nation's natural insecticide, says Monty Halls, but our bats need your help to survive... EST, 17 May 2013 One of the great pleasures of late spring is sitting outside in the long evenings, stealing a few extra hours from the day as the