May 29, 2009

Bee Powerline Habitat: Conserving Bugs

Beetles need a place to live, too!

May 28, 2009

Bee Powerline Habitat: Parasites

Forget about the hive: some bees are downright anti-social!

May 27, 2009

Satin Bowerbirds-Song and Dance

When it comes to the search for a mate, the female Satin Bowerbird is looking for smooth moves and good mimicry.

May 26, 2009

Science Diary: Red-cockaded – Overview

Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge is a 1200-acre oasis for small groups of Red-cockaded woodpeckers.

May 25, 2009

Science Diary: Long Leaf Pine – RCW

Restoration of the Long Leaf Pine ecosystem at Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge is central to the survival of an endangered woodpecker.

May 22, 2009

Satin Bowerbirds-Building a Bower

If there were awards for interior decorating in the animal kingdom, the male satin bowerbird would deserve top honors.

May 21, 2009

Tree Fungi-Resistance

Fungi give forests a helping hand in the battle against disease.

May 20, 2009

Tree Fungi-Beneath

Fungi may be the unseen saviors of their plant hosts.

May 19, 2009

Science Diary: Long Leaf Pine – Restoring

Forestry experts at the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge are working to restore Long Leaf Pine, a species that once ranged from Virginia to Texas.

May 18, 2009

Science Diary: Redwoods – Ancient Productivity

Two-thousand years old and still growing! It appears that giant redwoods continue to grow, despite their extraordinary age.

May 15, 2009

Tree Fungi-Ubiquitous

They’re in the food we eat, the medicine we take and the woods we walk in: Fungi are everywhere!

May 14, 2009


The Atlantic Croaker might be a bit too noisy for its own good. why then, does it continue to sound off?

May 13, 2009


With Atlantic Croaker as its prey, the bottlenose dolphin just has to LISTEN for its dinner.

May 12, 2009

Science Diary: Redwoods – Old Growth Advantage

There are a variety of attributes that make a redwood unique, and many of them come with age.

May 11, 2009

Science Diary: Bears – Surprise Cub

Researchers have made a surprising discovery about bear reproduction, and it has scientists talking.

May 8, 2009


Atlantic Croakers use sound to stay in contact with each other.

May 7, 2009

Sagebrush – Upside of Weeds

Some ranchers may be feeling a bit sheepish as they profit from invasive weeds.

May 6, 2009

Sagebrush – Solutions

Scientists may have found a way to control an invasion of non-native plants in the mid-west.

May 5, 2009

Science Diary: Bears – Strange Birth

Triplets typically share a birthday, but three little bears in Washington state have birth dates 17 days apart.

May 4, 2009

Science Diary: Bears – Distress

Like human babies, hungry bear cubs express their dismay with an attention-getting scream.

May 1, 2009

Swifts in the Chimney

Twice a year thousands of Vaux’s Swifts use an elementary school’s furnace as a migratory stopover.