This hungry squirrel is determined to steal a snack.
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Just in time for National Moth Week 2017, learn about the amazing silk moths you can expect to find in eastern U.S. and Canadian gardens.
It might still feel like the middle of summer but a number of our shorebirds have started their southbound migration already.
The sixth annual National Moth Week is here! Learn the truth behind several moth myths and find NMW events in your area.
It’s hard to see a battered butterfly struggle. Learn if it’s really appropriate to try to fix a broken butterfly wing.
A butterfly chrysalis is the most vulnerable point of the life cycle, so being well-hidden is the best defense. Learn how they do it.
Give a small plant a comfy resting place with this easy planter craft that starts with an Adirondack chair photo frame.
If you are interested in identifying the butterflies in your yard and beyond then you have to get the new second edition of A Swift Guide to Butterflies.
Native to the southeast, Maypop Passionvine has truly astonishing flowers. It serves as the host plant for multiple butterflies.