• Anna posted an update 2 weeks, 3 days ago

    On my way to work today I saw a bat house installed on the side of someone’s home. It was great to see bat habitat being supported, but I was also pleased that I knew what it was! Learn about how to build your own bat house here:

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  • Rob Mies, Wildlife Ambassador for Wildlife Nation answers “Ask the Expert” questions about trees and wildlife in this video. Check it out!

  • Rob Mies posted an update 3 weeks ago

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  • Happy Thanksgiving Wildlife Nation! In the spirit of holiday, check out this new blog that shares five things you can do in your yard to make wildlife thankful.

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  • Wildlife Nation posted an update 1 month ago

    It’s the time of year for coming together and helping one another. Check out this blog by Wildlife Nation community member and wildlife expert Rob Mies that shares examples of when animals cooperate.

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  • This photo of an otter was recently shared with us and we had fun coming up with different captions. That got us wondering what all of you in “the Nation” would say. So… What photo caption would you (or your kids!) put with this picture? (share by commenting on this post)

  • Here’s a new blog about why I do what I do – connect kids with wildlife, that is! :) Since Wildlife Nation is all about sharing, I thought I’d share my story with all of you – my fellow “wildlife connectors.” I’d love to hear yours, too, either in the comment area on the blog or as a comment to this post. Enjoy!

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  • Time for another topic for Ask the Expert! We’re focusing on the role trees play in supporting wildlife. Submit your questions below about trees and wildlife from now through November 18. We’ll have answers for you in the first week of December.

  • WILDLIFE TIP: Help bats by providing them a safe home. Bat houses are educational and fun for the whole family, plus bats significantly reduce the amount of pest insects in your backyard. An individual bat can eat thousands of insects in just one night! For more information on the importance of bats and tips on building a bat house check out…[Read more]

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  • Happy Halloween! For our final question from “Ask the Expert” on nocturnal animals: Are owls easy to spot in your backyard at night? What animals might you be able to see in your yard in the evenings?

  • We received several questions for our “Ask the Expert” topic on nocturnal animals. We’ll be answering them throughout the week. Our question for Thursday: Do animal markings, like those on raccoons, help them at night?

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  • We received several questions for our “Ask the Expert” topic on nocturnal animals. We’ll be answering them throughout the week. Our Wednesday question: Are some animals active during part of the day and the night? Or are there only strictly diurnal and nocturnal animals?

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