How Far Do Reindeer Migrate for Food?

How Far Do Reindeer Migrate for Food?

While deer species aren’t known for their seasonal migrations, they are famous for their big appetites. Deer love food and will go to great lengths to eat their preferred meals. Anyone who lives near deer and has hostas planted in their backyard knows this.  Reindeer, in particular, move around a lot. In fact, they’re one of the world’s greatest migrators.…

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Do Ticks Die in the Winter?

Do Ticks Die in the Winter?

Winter means fewer insects for you to deal with, unlike spring and summer. It is true that some insects hibernate during the colder months of the year, like flies and mosquitoes, however other insects don’t. It feels like the wintertime is the one time of the year that we can all let our guard down. After all, what crazy insects…

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Watch ‘Challenger’ The Bald Eagle Soar into a Football Stadium in Most American Video Ever

Watch ‘Challenger’ The Bald Eagle Soar into a Football Stadium in Most American Video Ever

This video starts with roaring applause. A man with his arm outstretched wearing an animal handling glove releases a bald eagle inside a football stadium. The stadium is not completely enclosed, and you can see the clear, light sky behind the view of the bird. The applause continues as the video switches over to a different camera view. This view…

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Discover the Dangerous Critters Lurking Beneath Your Leaves

Discover the Dangerous Critters Lurking Beneath Your Leaves

As if invasive plants and unpredictable weather aren’t terrible enough, gardeners also have to deal with pests, and no gardener wants these bothersome insects wreaking havoc on a bed full of fruiting harvest. Understanding which insects are hugely beneficial to plants or animals (the good), which are just baffling natural wonders (the strange), and which are detrimental to the plants…

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Where Do Rabbits Go in the Winter?

Where Do Rabbits Go in the Winter?

Rabbits are cute, docile mammals found on every continent except Antarctica. There are 29 species of wild rabbits and over 305 recognized breeds of domestic rabbits. Rabbits in the wild are around 15-16 inches long and weigh about 2.5 pounds, depending on their species. Because rabbits breed profusely, it is hard to estimate their global population. Some experts believe there…

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