CREA Educator Sarah Rodgers joins Nat Wheelwright on Maine Calling to talk about how nature can enrich our lives during the pandemic.
Vernal pools host a wonderful world of slimy salamander and frog eggs and ‘wee beasties’ – the strange world of vernal pool invertebrates, some of which could be cast in a horror movie!
Getting outdoors in spring is wonderful after winter snow and cold, but remember to prepare for ticks.
Check out local naturalist Nat Wheelwright’s wonderful video describing his therapy in times of the coronavirus.
Hear and see the unusual history of Bowdoin College’s remote research station, the quirky journey by which it came into Bowdoin’s hands, and an overview of the research it hosts every summer.
Enjoy this bit of trivia about a caterpillar that has evolved to tolerate winter temperatures.
The Maine landscape undergoes more transformation in April than in any other month. Read highlights of what’s happening outside, then get outside and take a look.
Light pollution has diminished our ability to see the Milky Way and many stars, and also affects wildlife. Learn some easy steps you can take to reduce light pollution.