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Help For The Declining Bee Population — New Plastic Beehive

8/8/2009 // By Kevin Coyle

In the UK they have launched a public program (using uniquely-designed hive boxes) to encourage homeowners and gardeners (even on roof-tops!) to help raise bees to offset recent declines in their population numbers. Physorg.com reports: "There's no reason why our […] Read more >

Three Things You Can Do for Bees

6/23/2009 // By Julia Marden

I was just flipping through this month’s National Wildlife magazine, and I saw this fascinating article on America’s bees. Bees and other pollinators are disappearing from our country due to a variety of threats to their habitat and climate. And […] Read more >

10 Extraordinary Animal Tactics for Surviving the Cold

2/27/2008 // By Danielle Brigida

Whether they hibernate, have thick fur coats or take shelter, animals are masters of surviving the cold weather. Here are a number of interesting animals and the fascinating things they do to survive harsh conditions. Japan’s macaques monkeys keep warm […] Read more >

Humans and their Animal Phobias

2/19/2008 // By Danielle Brigida

Phobias are no joke. But they can be interesting. I tend to be an abnormal case simply because I like (and in some cases love) the animals that cause most phobias. So when I see a long list of strange […] Read more >

Honey Bees: What’s the Buzz About?

5/18/2007 // By Amie Kasakitis

My first encounter with a bee probably went along the same lines as the majority of people’s encounters: the buzz, the flash of yellow and black and then the painful sting. But despite their bad reputation and occasional sting, bees […] Read more >

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