Georgia Insects — Jet Eliot

Gulf Fritillary Butterfly, GA Visiting an unfamiliar region yields a plethora of new wildlife species to discover. Here are a dozen insect species we came upon recently while adventuring in the State of Georgia. In many places in the northern hemisphere, the weather in October brings increasingly cold weather and less insects. But in the […]

Georgia Insects — Jet Eliot

Milking It for Monarchs —

By Nick Simonson   Imagine having to choose just one food to live off for half of your life.  While I’m certain fried walleye would be a good option, or pizza would work, or even wild rice brats fresh off the grill could sustain about anyone, the hedging exhibited just in this sentence alone shows […]

Milking It for Monarchs —