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Hopping Down the Bunny Trail
Spring has sprung and Easter is right around the corner. And that means it’s time once again for the usually shy and secretive rabbit to endure a brief, yet intense period in the spotlight. Since ancient times, rabbits have been considered symbols of hope, life and renewal, particularly during springtime…

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Great Spots To Catch Hawks and Eagles Migrating This Spring
Now that the Oscars are about to be handed out and the kids are thinking about spring break, it’s time to turn our attention to another annual spectacle. But rather than Hollywood or the school room, the focus now is feathers: majestic birds, to be precise, such as hawks, falcons,…

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Help Plant a Tree!
Paper or Plastic?  We get asked that question almost every time we buy groceries.  And turns out that lots of folks have similar questions about paper towels—  whether to use paper towels or use (and constantly launder) cloth towels. While the answer to the paper towel question is quite similar…

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Putting Your Eggs in Someone Else’s Basket
Cliff Swallows are colonial—that is, they nest in colonies, sometimes numbering in the thousands of birds. In many ways the members of a colony appear to display remarkable social cohesiveness. They work together to mob predators and will even learn from each other where the good food sources are. But…

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Extreme Makeover
Some humans will go to extremes to change their appearances, with new hair styles and wardrobes and even facelifts, nose jobs, and tummy tucks. But no matter how drastic the change, a human being after an extreme makeover still pretty much looks like the same species. The same cannot be…

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Animal, Vegetable, or . . . Velcro?
It looks like a convention of aliens has landed. But we’re not sure even Steven Spielberg could have dreamed up these organisms! Can you guess what they are? Denizens of the coral reef? Exotic funghi? Some sort of plant-animal mutants? Here’s a hint: They could be the key to the…

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Spring Spectacle
This eerily beautiful image looks like a work of art, made of metal, glass, or mirrors. But then again it looks like a work of nature, the ripples and waves on the ocean surface reflecting light in silvers and blues. Take another look. It’s not the ocean, but if you…

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