How on earth did thousands of clams end up in a vernal pool that shares no connection with other bodies of water? Furthermore, how did they colonize thousands of vernal pools across the United States? Those are good questions, and ones that almost everyone asks immediately after learning many vernal pools are populated by something […]
Join Ben this month as he highlights one of his favorite Georgia snake species, the Florida Pine Snake.
As a kid growing up at the south end of Lake Champlain, I spent many evenings fishing for perch down at the bay below my house. I’d picked up snake and frog wrangling as a side hobby pretty early on and by the time I was 8 or 9 thought I knew the name of […]
Mink Frog. Our 12th Places You’ve Never Herped will take place in Vermont’s beautiful Northeast Kingdom. The Northeast Kingdom is a unique physiogeographic region that lies right at the transitional zone between northern hardwood forests to the south, and the spruce-fir boreal forests to the north. The area is home to many species found […]
Our good friend and the very talented creator of Bird and Moon Science and Nature Cartoons, Rosemary Mosco, recently partnered with The Orianne Society to raise awareness and funds for reptile, amphibian, and landscape conservation through the sale of one of her original drawings of an Eastern Indigo Snake that is AVAILABLE IN PRINT! We […]