If you’ve come this far, you’re ready to make a big difference in the lives of our wild friends!
Are you ready to take the stewardship of your property a little more seriously? Here are some tips to get started.
Allowing nature to flourish is all about balance. While you might want to optimize your yard for wildlife, you don’t want to make it too inviting. Keeping critters at an arm’s length is part of keeping them wild. So how do you create habitat that benefits both human and nonhuman animals? Let’s explore some options you can incorporate into your normal yard care routine.
Anyone who has gorged on freshly baked cookies fresh out of the oven knows: you can have too much of a good thing. With increased visitation comes increased impacts to the preserve, including the creation of social trails. But why are social trails a bad thing? Let's dive in.
Mayflies more than make up for their slightly misleading name with their interesting lives and importance to wetland ecosystems.
Whether we recognize it or not, we’re all paying more attention to nature right now.
With the warm weather approaching, our shelled friends will soon be on the move. With their mental maps set, they will head from their hibernation sites to nesting areas and spring/summer ponds and lakes. This often puts them in danger as they attempt to cross roads. If you happen to be driving and see a turtle in the road and can safely pull over, here is how you can help get them to safety.
Invasive species, both aquatic and terrestrial, are a widespread problem affecting New York State’s biodiversity. Invasive species cause harm to the environment, the economy, and/or human health.
One of the notable species that rely on our local vernal pools for reproduction is the wood frog (Rana sylvatica), an amazing species whose populations can be found north of the Arctic Circle!
This year may be the most important Earth Day since its inception and we can’t miss out on the opportunity to reflect on how far we’ve come, how far we have to go, and what we need to do to get there.
Recycle less? Doesn’t that go against everything we’ve been taught? Yes and no. It’s complicated.
It’s spring! Around us shades of color are brightening the landscape, as the red maples bloom and the first flowers appear in gardens. Color also arrives in waves of bird and insect migrations.