Category: The Wild Life Blog

It’s Asian Lady Beetle-Mania!

The Asian Lady Beetles are back with a vengeance for their annual autumn invasion.

This Rare, Sapphire Tarantula Is An Unbelievable ‘Gem’

Move over ‘spider paws’! The Gooty Sapphire Tarantula’s galactic colors are stunning.

Ask Devon: What is the purpose of ticks?

I recently hosted the first ever Facebook LIVE Q&A and there were a lot of questions about purpose, like this one: “What is the purpose of ticks?” The truth is, the concept of a plant or animals purpose isn’t as cut and dry as…

Search with Ecosia, Save the World

27 years ago, Alan Emtage, a student at McGill University in Montreal, developed Archie, the very first search engine. That was just the beginning. Somewhere along the way, a symbiotic relationship developed between these continually developing search engines, advertisers, and users which has blossomed into something like…

I Picked Up Nearly 500 Pounds of Litter in 1 Month. Its Contents Revealed an Eerie Truth.

On April 1st, I hosted a neighborhood clean-up, though the hosting bit was rather difficult considering that I was the only attendee. The schedule was set for two hours on the nicest Saturday of 2017, so far. 60 degrees, sunny, without a cloud in…

How to Compost with Worms Indoors

Residential waste accounts for 55% of the total US waste-stream. If you compost 90% of your food scraps and yard waste, that’s an annual savings of 106 lbs of CO2 and 155 lbs of waste diverted. That’s the same impact as planting one tree seedling or eliminating 11 bags (or 2 bins) of garbage! (JouleBug)

Meet Barry Commoner

As one of America’s most influential environmentalist, Barry Commoner devoted his life and career to ecology, awareness, education, and enacting positive change. He was among the first to begin advocating for recycling and organic farming, as well as raising awareness about the threats of…

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