Featured Photo from the Fstoppers Community - Title: Pyrops candelaria Photographer: Richard Nurse — “The Lantern Fly is a bug found on trees between the months of June and September, at two different times of the evening, between 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., then again from 11 p.m. to 8 a.m. It is uncommon, and can be found in the rain aswell as on clear evenings. As with Oak Silk Moths, they are very skittish so extra care must be taken with approach. They are not related to fireflies.”
The Northern goshawk is one of several hundred species making its home in this rare, remote mixture of mountain peaks, glaciers and rivers. Read more about the Tongass National Forest: http://www.uhaul.com/SuperGraphics/29/1/Enhanced/Venture-Across-America-and-Canada-Modern/Alaska/Tongass-National-Forest#
5.1.2012 Great last day of AAM for me. Started off this morning with a great session on business models and was yet again inspired by Nina Simon and my old boss Eric Siegel. Learned some new things about docents and technology, had a great IMTAL lunch, and was wowed by the IMTAL museum theatre showcase (I laughed and cried- amazing work). One of the best parts of this trip was reconnecting with my friend and previous science theatre actor, Melanie Wehrmacker (the lady bug featured in this…
Wow! These are some great looking guinea fowl:) Do any of you have these great looking and helpful birds? If you have a tick problem they will solve it! Click on the photo to join in on our forum post about them.