White-lined Sphinx Moth Caterpillar
This White-lined Sphinx Moth Caterpillar (Hyles lineata) might not look like much now, but he grows up to be the white lined sphinx moth which most people mistake for a hummingbird.Read More
This White-lined Sphinx Moth Caterpillar (Hyles lineata) might not look like much now, but he grows up to be the white lined sphinx moth which most people mistake for a hummingbird.Read More →
The eastern gray squirrel is found mainly in mature hardwoods & deciduous forests areas but is also abundant in urban, suburban and rural areas. The coats of the gray squirrel are generally a gray color but can vary from black to white.
As the year goes on and the weather turns a little cooler I find myself drying more fruits and berries for the birds. It is a fairly easy process no matter if you use the sun, oven or the microwave drying method. All 3 ways to dry fruit for the birds work well.Read More →
Want to help out declining honey bee population? I have put together a list of 3 things gardeners can do to help the declining honey bee population.Read More →
There are over 12,500 varieties of leafhoppers and planthoppers, that feed on the sap from plants, grass, and trees but most are harmless to the plant.
The deer plant repellent recipe has had great a wonderful success rate for people in the Northwoods of Wisconsin keeping the deer away from flower beds and vegetable gardens. As an added bonus, it is 100% organic.Read More →
The pileated woodpecker is the largest woodpecker in North America. The term pileated comes from the Latin word pileatus meaning “capped” which refers to the red crest on the top of the birds head.Read More →