Movin’ Lizards: Indigo Magazine Preview

The Orianne Society’s Indigo Magazine recently featured an article by Chris Slesar about Vermont’s first amphibian underpass and the many years of hard work he and others dedicated to make it happen. Indigo Magazine is a perk issued exclusively to Orianne Society members, but we are making this article available as a preview due to […]

Photo of the Month: March

Smooth Turtle Leeches

Few aquatic organisms in freshwater environments elicit such strong negative reactions as a leech. They are gross, slimy, bloodsuckers and they creep people out. For those willing to dig a little deeper into their biology, however, leeches are very fascinating animals. For starters, leeches are hermaphroditic and some provide parental care to their young. Then […]

Lighting a Match- Feb 2019

Snake Diets: A guide to some picky and not so picky snake species native to the Southeast

Some of the southeastern United States’ most beautiful snakes are also some of the hardest to find. During a recent survey of a small creek in southern Georgia, I was fortunate enough to come upon one of the coveted “jewels” of nearly all snake loving herpetologists. As I waded along in the cool water of […]