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Listen to nature’s sounds and decipher the meanings

Most animal sounds, usually called vocalizations and regardless of origin, carry meanings. Sometimes they are calls to others of their kind, attracting mates, sounding alarms, finding food, and in some cases acquiring food. Insects are

Beekeepers in South Dakota aim to rescue, relocate honeybees

SPEARFISH, S.D. — Honeybees are a lot like South Dakotans. They’re hard-working and industrious, they have an agricultural based economy, they all strive to work for the greater good, and they’re pretty easygoing until their

Informational seminar to focus on Ohio’s pollinators

Pollinating insects are making up for lost time in Ohio as a late spring wakes up nectar-filled wildflowers along byways, in fields and prairies, and residential backyards. To better help Ohioans understand plant pollination, and “how bees

Detroit joins in backyard beekeeping trend

DETROIT — For the past few years, national media have touted Detroit’s comeback story: It endured dark days, went through the nation’s largest municipal bankruptcy, and is – literally, with the construction of a new

Wisconsin beekeepers seeing big losses this winter

MADISON, Wis. — Some Wisconsin beekeepers are reporting high losses of bees this winter because of a parasite that infests hives and kills developing bees. Kent Pegorsch, president of the Wisconsin Honey Producers Association, told

More efforts to help Indiana’s struggling bees

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — For years, decades actually, alarm bells have been sounding in scientific communities regarding the United States’ falling bee population. Scientists blame everything from disease-spreading mites to overuse of pesticides to depletion of

DNR on the lookout for rare bumble bee

Most people try to avoid bumble bees. Erica Hoaglund goes looking for them. A biologist with the Minnesota DNR‘s Nongame Wildlife Program, Hoaglund is on the lookout for the increasingly rare rusty-patched bumble bee. Earlier

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