An Arctic ground squirrel peeks out from its burrow under the snow

Øivind Tøien

Environmental Almanac - February 06, 2014

We’re not alone coping with the cold

You’ve probably had about enough of winter by now. But other mammals have to find ways of coping with winter as well - from hibernation to energy storage to huddling together for warmth and to save energy.

Mallard ducks in a creek

Rob Kanter

Environmental Almanac - January 09, 2014

Enviromental Resolutions For 2014

"In 2014, I resolve to stay attuned to the local environment as I go about my business, and encourage others to cultivate their own appreciation for the wonders of the nearby natural world."

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