Monthly Archives: October 2013

Home/2013/October

European Ash to Ashes?

October 8th, 2013|Tags: , |4 Comments

By Marcelene Sutter Eurpoean ash, which faces serious threats from fungal infections and emerald ash borers. Credit: Alois

Read More

The Rise and Fall of Champions

October 7th, 2013|Tags: |1 Comment

Relative to humans, most tree species live a long time. Many of the trees we have personal connections

Read More

It’s World Animal Day

October 4th, 2013|Tags: , |0 Comments

By Lizzie Wasilewska On October 4, 1931, a group of Italian ecologists founded World Animal Day with the

Read More

The Serious Business of Leaf Peeping

October 3rd, 2013|Tags: , , |4 Comments

By Marcelene Sutter Fall foliage in different stages of the color change cycle in Wilmington, Vermont. Credit:

Read More

Divided and Disappearing

October 2nd, 2013|Tags: , , |0 Comments

It’s well known that when habitat becomes fragmented, wildlife suffers. But now, a study more than two decades

Read More
Load More Posts