For those who are doing FeederWatch this year or just watching our local birds, here are some tips from Audubon for distinguishing between two very similar-looking woodpeckers.
SPRING BREAK CAMP at the ZOO
April 16-18, 2019 Mill Mountain Zoo’s Spring Break Zoo Venture is back! As in years past, each day has a…Continue Reading
Blue Ridge Discovery Center Summer Camp Registration is now Open!
Blue Ridge Discovery Center Below is a list of our most popular summer camps for youth aged 9-15! (Ages vary…Continue Reading
Some Spiders Make Antifreeze, says U. Wisconsin-Green Bay Prof
As the air grows chillier and the days get shorter, there are fewer bugs. That doesn't mean these bugs necessarily…Continue Reading
The nightmarish Asian longhorned tick has invaded the U.S.—and it can reproduce without mating (Popular Science)
...the critters have spread to at least eight states—New Jersey, Virginia, West Virginia, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and…Continue Reading