The dog showed up, seemingly out of nowhere, at my open garage door.
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OK, so snow was piling up 3 inches deep on your lawn just five days ago. All the more reason to look beyond spring, with its unpredictable weather, to summer, when snow will be the furthest thing from your mind.
Newspapers often employ clever or direct wordplay in headlines to encourage people to read the article that follows.
About 12 years ago I committed what many baseball fans would consider an unforgivable sin. I jilted my longtime favorite team for another.
Scientists say that honey bee population is dropping like flies. Try telling that to a New Mexico man who found a swarm of 15,000 in the backseat of a car.
Years ago, an evening drive through the country resulted in large numbers of dead insects on the car windshield. It doesn’t happen anymore.
The outlook for endangered and threatened species in Indiana is mixed — bleak for some and promising for others.
Few flowers evoke a season more than the showy purple blossoms of New England aster (Symphyotrichum novae-angliae) that signal the beginning o…
Part I of this column focused last month on the natural history of the European honeybee, which was so vital to the first North America settlers that they brought it with them from Europe. Today, we’ll look inside an actual beehive.