14 de febrero de 2020

Looking for Love at Año Nuevo.

Elephant seals battle each other, and also climate change.


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05 de febrero de 2020

How California Gray whales make love.

“Between 150-300 whales come past San Diego every day, relentlessly, regardless of the weather, from young juveniles doing their first trip by themselves, to single males — sometimes even a mother with an early-born calf.”


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08 de febrero de 2019

Bald eagles caught mating on camera in Big Bear, California.

A live webcam trained on a bald eagle nest in California's Big Bear Valley broadcast footage of two of the iconic American birds mating--or at least trying to mate--this week. It only lasted a few seconds.


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28 de junio de 2018

Hilltopping Behavior In Tiger Moths.

Avid collectors quickly recognized that hilltops and ridges were often associated with high abundances of butterflies and, consequently, a good place to capture them for future display.


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28 de mayo de 2018

It’s nature’s way, caught on camera.

Before turning amorous, a male and a female bear wrestle in the backyard of Tom Stienstra’s mountain cabin, unaware that the night-vision wildlife cam is on, capturing them at play.


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26 de mayo de 2018

It’s copperhead mating season. One of the snakes was spotted near the Mall this week.

It’s mating season for copperhead snakes, which means the snakes are traveling more than normal — and this week, the National Park Service spotted a northern copperhead near the Mall.

Officers snapped a picture of the snake wrapped around a chain-link fence Monday in East Potomac Park. Although infrequently seen at the Mall, copperheads — which are venomous, but rarely have fatal bites — are common in the Washington area, the Park Service said.


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11 de mayo de 2018

Watch it: It's alligator mating season in Florida.

Florida's alligators are more active and territorial during mating season.


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Looking for love: 'Magical' firefly mating ritual is an unlikely NC tourist attraction..

The annual search for two elusive species of lightning bugs — blue ghost and synchronous — has become a surprisingly bright spot for tourism in the mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee.


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07 de mayo de 2018

Spiders prefer mating with older women – and they don't mind getting eaten afterward.

The other jaw-dropping discovery? Despite the benefits of mating with a young female – they're more fertile, they don't require a long courtship and they are less likely to eat their suitors – male spiders actually like their women a little older.


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26 de abril de 2018

City Nature Challenge 2018

From Seabird McKeon‎:

Hi Naturalists! If you are participating in the #citynaturechallenge2018, we would love a field report to include in the naturalist podcast (naturalistpodcast.com). We have set up a voicemail box so you can leave a message of your adventures (under 1 minute please!). The voicemail number is (407) 965-5789. There is no dedicated message, so please leave a name, rough location (park, etc) and city team as basic info. After that, we’d love to hear about the local biodiversity that you saw/heard/experienced. If anyone wants to sent photos or video, please address those to naturalistpodcast@gmail.com.

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