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New Hope for Monarch Butterfly Populations

New Hope for Monarch Butterfly Populations

Derek Ward March 2, 2015 0

Habitat for the monarch butterfly has rebounded 69 percent from last year’s dismally low levels, according to the Associated Press and the World Wildlife Fund. Last year was the lowest year on record for

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Are They Clouds of Monarchs? Mysterious Unidentifiable ‘Blobs’ Spotted by Radar Over the Midwest

Are They Clouds of Monarchs? Mysterious Unidentifiable ‘Blobs’ Spotted by Radar Over the Midwest

Derek Ward October 6, 2014 1

Meteorologists spotted two large ‘blobs’on radars last Friday that cannot be readily explained. Spanning 200 miles and traveling 6,000 feet above the ground, the blobs appeared on radars at the same intensity as a

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Video of the Week: The Wondrous Wildlife of Madagascar

Video of the Week: The Wondrous Wildlife of Madagascar

Emily Deemer April 18, 2014 0

While on a trip to Madagascar, NHA Conservation Travel Specialist Court Whelan captured some beautiful video footage of Madagascar’s mammals, reptiles, and insects.  Watch these 30-second clips starring the wildlife of this biodiverse African

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Video: The World’s Scariest Creatures

Video: The World’s Scariest Creatures

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 30, 2013 15

Snakes, spiders, or scorpions — even though you’re a nature enthusiast, chances are that there’s at least one creature found within the world’s diverse animal kingdom that gives you the creeps. Watch the video

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