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The buzz about America’s “bee-friendly” cities

Communities representing 37 states and the District of Columbia are listed beelow as designated “Bee City USA” members. Unfortunately, there are also 13 states without any city members including Alaska, Arizona, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Louisiana, Maine, Mississippi, Nebraska, North Dakota, … Continue reading

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Winged insects found on driftwood

We spent the afternoon at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore in the Northwest Lower Peninsula of Michigan. While wandering the beach at North Bar Lake, I was surprised by the interesting variety of winged insects found on recently beached piece … Continue reading

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Urban areas of the animal kingdom

Often, we humans tend to think they are the only species on Earth to create urban areas. But, when you think about it, there are a number of insect and animal species that congregate to form or occupy densely packed … Continue reading

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Fun Friday – Animal quips – NSFW

Here are more than 75 fun quips all of us have probably heard now and then. An animal is used to describe an action, location, status, or mood. If you think of others, please pass appropriate ones along. Please note … Continue reading

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