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Aedes aegypti, the primary Zika virus vector, feeds on human blood. Photo by James Gathany.

Three Natural Ways to Reduce Mosquito Bites

Mosquitoes are a persistent annoyance during the summer months, and while we can empathize with the fantasy of totally eradicating these biting insects in a tornado of poisons, we at …

Celebrating Pride Month and Diversity in Conservation

Natural ecosystems are strongest and most healthy when they are diverse, and so is the conservation movement. June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month and for the first time the National Wildlife …

River Otters, Chickadees, & Butterflies, Oh My!: Seattle Wildlife in the City Week

Did you hear the news? Last month, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan declared the second week of May “Wildlife in the City Week”–and just in time to celebrate the Emerald City …

When we save wildlife, we save ourselves

Wildlife, nature, and the outdoors are essential to any child’s upbringing. Most of us can remember a time in our childhood we spent exploring nature – but now, much of …

Collapse of Forage Fish Threatens Saltwater Sport Fishing

“Gonging,” Camden Yards Cleanup, and more at Baltimore Wildlife Week…

ECHO Q&A: Rocky Mountain Children’s Discovery Center

Baltimore Wildlife Week: 7 Wildlife Fun Facts

  |   May 5, 2019

From orioles to blue crabs, Baltimore is home to an incredible diversity of wildlife. With Baltimore Wildlife Week just around the corner, here are some fun facts about species you …

A Fun Furlough at Family Fish Camp

Cabins tucked away in a serene forest next to one of Oregon’s most beautiful rivers? Check. A pond stocked with over 500 rainbow trout? Check. Families giddy with excitement about …

Six Ways Your School Can Become a Community Hub for People and Wildlife

Travel with us to the east side of Austin, Texas, where you will find Brooke Elementary, a small but mighty school that recently earned the prestigious Eco-Schools USA Green Flag …

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