We commonly picture bears, bees, and groundhogs hibernating during the winter, but did you know that some creatures retreat from the world in the summer? These heat-adverse animals estivate.
Ravens are magical, mystical, mysterious birds. They seem even more so when they stop by to chat with Buddha and share lunch from the spiritual offerings.
There are animals all around us and kids can enjoy learning all about the animals they might find wandering through their own yards with this delightful set of Backyard Wildlife Flashcards.
Today is World Photography Day and so we celebrate with the amazing photo of an American Eagle preening his feathers while keeping a sharp eye on the photographer.
This bright and beautiful boy is fairly common in the Western United States. I saw a number of them in my yard around the time this photo was taken.
When you are a little kid there is a lot to learn and turning some of these things into puzzles are a great way to make it fun. These awesome Pets Jigsaw Puzzles In A Box is a fun and friendly way to work on spatial relationships.
Peacocks may get all the press for showing off, but other birds can do pretty well at holding their own at showing off. This snowy egret has got it going on.
When I was a kid my parents took us out for root beer or ice cream to cool off in the summer. I guess you could say that this is the quail version. Belly up to the bar kids!