Tag: exotic animals
Wulfgar, a new monthly correspondent and Drummers alumni, writes this week’s post about Wildwood Lake, a park near Harrisburg. He explains the history of the park and how it is a sanctuary for anyone wishing to escape the city.
Eli, entering his second year as a Monthly Blog Correspondent, is a Brookies and Ursids alumni. He shares his thoughts on the prevalence of invasive species…as well as a practical application of the adage “If you can’t beat ’em…eat ’em!”
From the tropical beaches in the Bahamas, Josh, a Bucktails and Ursids alumnus, writes about the amazing life he witnessed in the clear blue ocean. Dive deep into this blog post to learn about the Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Facility in the Bahamas!
Written by Gabe, a Monthly Correspondent and Bucktails and Ursids alumni, this post talks about a showy and industrious relative of the sparrow – the Taveta Golden Weaver. While their song might not be “music” to our ears, they are still interesting and showy little songbirds!
This post is brought to us by Gabriel, an Ursids alumni – he writes about an exotic animal he had a chance to see and photograph. The Nile Hippo, H. a. amphibius, is native to, you guessed it,… Read More