The little Puritan tiger beetle has it way better than many other bugs in the news.
Stinkbugs and emerald ash borers: We’re dead-set on eliminating those alien destroyers.
But the Puritan tiger beetle was here long before us, and to keep it here we go to great lengths.
Pumpkin Ash found at Jug Bay adds to number of native species
When your official list of trees includes only 29 species, the addition of one more makes a big boost. Anne Arundel’s rise to 29 from 28 came from the addition of Fraxinus profunda.
Profunda, familiarly known as the pumpkin ash, was identified and measured at Jug Bay Wetland Sanctuary this month by Maryland Big Tree volunteer Dan Wilson of Harford County....
We all think — make that know — that our dogs are the smartest, funniest, sassiest, most beautiful creatures in the world. To prove it, more and more of us are picking up video recorders to share our dearest with the planet.
Whether mammals sweat or pant, heat gets us all down
You’re not the only species suffering in this summer’s dog days. Farm animals overheat much the same way you do, according to the Maryland Farm Bureau.
So Maryland farmers get creative to keep their charges cool.
While they don’t bite, mosquito-like giants do pester
First it was the invasion of the stinkbugs that had Bay Country residents bugged. Those pests have, for the most part, left our homes for the outdoors — unfortunately to eat their way through summer crops. But that’s another story.
Now it’s another flying insect driving some of us nuts.