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Catfish

On my birthday, a few weeks ago, there was one thing I wanted to do and that was to go fishing. It was a really beautiful sunny morning and not too...

 

The pseudoscorpion & spiders of Akwesasne

The smallest common, but rarely seen, (arthropod) spider relative found in our homes here in Akwesasne is the pseudoscorpion. They are also known as...

 

Levitating ants & spiders

When I was a child and lived in Cold Spring, NY, I remember my mother did not like spiders. Then one day she witnessed something that changed her...

 

Jerusalem artichoke (Sunchoke)

The Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberus) is a species of sunflower. It is native to North America from the Northeast west to North Dakota and...

 

Bullfrogs

Bullfrogs are one of the “true frogs”. They are usually green to greenish brown, and on average they grow to be about three to six and a half...

 

Honeybees the “bee’s knees”

There are more than 3,500 species of wild bees in North America. Honeybees are herbivores - meaning they eat only plant materials. Many Native...

 

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