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Sometimes when I go for a walk around the grounds I sometimes forget we are in the middle of a pandemic. While Covid-19 has turned our world upside down, the natural world is moving along as if nothing has changed – the flowers are blooming, the bees are pollinating, the fireflies are dancing; nature seems the way it have always been, rather normal. Though in nature, nothing is ever normal.
Whenever I am talking about adaptations, I always tell my audience, "Everything in nature – ...
Calling All Homeschoolers!
Are you looking for somewhere new and exciting to take your homeschool student? The Education Team at Reeves-Reed Arboretum is excited to announce the first of our programs created specifically for homeschoolers: "Homeschool Happenings!" We've been working hard to create classes that cater to the needs of homeschool groups and families. Our lessons can be adapted to accommodate school-ag...
As the autumn colors begin to emerge and the temperatures start to drop, many animals begin their preparations for the winter ahead. Each type of animal has its own strategy for surviving the cold winter months-bears hibernate, some birds fly south, and squirrels and chipmunks begin storing nuts and seeds for the long days ahead. Insects are no different; many hibernate in various developmental stages, but few are active all winter long.
That's where honey bees are different. Note that...