Check out this weeks field frame friday where we can observe some male monkey competition!
If you have ever been so bored you actually read the label on that box of cookies you bought the other day at the grocery store, you may have seen one of these symbols before: Left) Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil Logo [Source]. Right) RSPO Palm Oil Label [Source]. If you are like most people…
Vegetation sampling is a crucial part of research involving rangeland cattle grazing. It is a way to quantify how much and of what type forage cattle are consuming throughout the grazing season. It can help range and animal scientists understand grazing patterns and preferences of cattle while also looking at the environmental impact of grazing…
Do animals laugh?
In this weeks Field Frame Friday we get to ride the bow with a pair of Dall’s porpoises!
A fact about rabbit friendships
Seastars literally turn inside out when they are feeding! To start their meal, stars will force open the shell of the invertebrate (such as the cockle shown here) using their underbelly suction discs, after which they insert their stomach through their mouth parts and into the shell. The stomach will secrete digestive juices that breakdown…
Minakata Kumagusu loved nature, folklore, and cultural traditions so created his own learning path that went far beyond the walls of a classroom!
Science Heroes: the column highlighting scientists and naturalists that if you don’t know, you should! This month highlights naturalist, folklorist, and philosopher MinaKata Kumagusu!
Check out this young explorer’s radiant red bird!