Reptiles and Amphibians

Springtime is Frog Time!

By Jim White, Delaware Nature Society Senior Fellow for Land and Biodiversity Everyone has their own personal harbinger of spring. To some it is the first Hepatica bloom in a still-leafless woods; to others, the northward migration of the Canada Goose, or the Bluebird’s beautiful song on a clear day. But to some of us …

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Discovering Ashland’s Habitats

Happy April nature friends! Have you all been outside lately? The weather is warming up, the birds are merrily singing, and the spring flowers are starting to bloom! Isn’t it wonderful? As the Ashland School Programs Coordinator my absolute favorite part of each spring season is getting the chance to be outdoors everyday introducing hundreds …

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Bat Trick-or-Treating - Photo by Michael Durham, Minden Pictures, BCI

A Green Halloween for the Bats and Beasties

Tips from Delaware Nature Society By Christi Leeson Halloween can be a celebration that is not so green.  Make it a Halloween that’s not so scary for your bats and beasties with these environmentally friendly tips from Delaware Nature Society: Don’t scare the costumed kids with single-use plastic. Instead, give kids reusable Trick-or-Treating sacks and …

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