The Hummingbird Clearwing Moth
The Hummingbird Clearwing Moth

The Hummingbird Clearwing Moth

The Hummingbird Clearwing Moth (Hemaris thysbe) is frequently mistaken for a hummingbird or bee based on the moth’s appearance and behavior. Adult coloration is variable, but a

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Take a Look at What We've Been Catching
Take a Look at What We've Been Catching

Take a Look at What We've Been Catching

Fishing For anglers (avid and first-timers), there’s always something biting in the surf, creeks or off the dock; and our tackle shack is ready with all the

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The Scarlet Snake
The Scarlet Snake

The Scarlet Snake

The Scarlet snake (Cemophora coccinea) is an elusive snake, rarely found by humans. This species is quite slender and reaches a maximum length of about thirty inches. These snakes always have wide

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Prescribed Burning
Prescribed Burning

Prescribed Burning

Fire is an important ecological management tool for a variety of habitats, returning nutrients to the soil and reducing woody vegetation and shrubs. Last week, we conducted a prescribed burn in the

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Living Shoreline
Living Shoreline

Living Shoreline

LSSI has been working on a project to replace our old bulkhead with a more ecologically friendly form of bank stabilization – a living shoreline. The project is the third in a series of pilot

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Growing Good Seed: A Visit to the Southern Exposure Seed Exchange
Growing Good Seed: A Visit to the Southern Exposure Seed Exchange

Growing Good Seed: A Visit to the Southern Exposure Seed Exchange

You often hear growers preaching the importance of the soil, but equally important is the quality of the seed you put in the ground.  Growing varieties well-adapted to your region, its climate

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