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Five Ways To Tackle The Gulf Of Mexico’s Dead Zone

This year, the Mississippi River flooded for more than 6 months, unprecedented in both length of time and volume of water. Researchers recently announced that this year the excess fertilizer …

Chesapeake Bay Blue Crab Population Reaches New Heights

To say that blue crabs are iconic in the Chesapeake Bay region would be a severe understatement. From restaurant signs to bumper stickers, you can pretty much find blue crabs …

QUIZ: Can you name all of these animal groups?

Most of us know that a group of fish is called a school. And some might know that a group of crows is called a murder. But did you know …

Awesome-Opossums: How well do you know opossums?

Did you know? Opossums can kill an estimated 5,000 ticks in a single season! They may not be pretty, but opossums are extremely beneficial creatures to ecosystems and healthy environments …

Test Your Shark Skills With this Shark Facts Quiz

Not So Scary After All: Shark Facts You Might Not…

Going Medieval: Bats aren’t birds and bees don’t have kings

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5 Wild and Natural Climate Solutions You May See on Your Summer Vacation

Natural infrastructure and natural solutions to climate change are everywhere. Natural features and ecosystems like forests, wetlands, and prairies absorb carbon pollution and boost protections against extreme weather. As you …

The Rare Seal Population that Spends its Life in Freshwater

Iliamna Lake is the largest body of freshwater in Alaska and the home to a unique population of seal that spends its entire life in freshwater. Since most seal populations …

Planting for Three Seasons: Keep the Million Pollinator Garden Momentum Alive

It is estimated that there is now at least one or more pollinator gardens per block in most communities across the United States.  This is thanks to the approximately 8 …

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