Does your living room floor have more in common with a prairie grassland or a desert? Are our basements really just urban versions of caves? [...]
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The other day I went onto my front porch to admire my duplex neighbors' Christmas lights. They were the first up on our block and [...]
Today’s installment of Nature in Your Backyard is from our friendly neighborhood spider enthusiast, Christine Brown, a graduate student at NC State. Look who stopped [...]
Lauren Nichols recently attended the BugShot Insect Photography Course in Belize this past September and came home with some spectacular photographs (and stories). She was [...]
Over the last couple years, we’ve worked with outstanding K-12 educators on a number of projects, including Belly Button Biodiversity and School of Ants. We [...]
We're continuing to explore new climate data collected inside and outside homes across the United States. Starting in March 2013, 50 participants in the Wild [...]
In this post, our School of Ants guru Lauren Nichols answers a recent query from a family participating in SOA. "Can you tell me why [...]
**Today we have a guest post from Lauren Nichols about the School of Ants project. Enjoy!** When you start a large-scale project to map the [...]
Ants: Those ubiquitous little creatures that seem to know exactly where you set-up your picnic blanket
**A guest post by Lauren Nichols about the School of Ants project** Though you might hear about fungus farming ants and rampaging army ants in [...]