Kindling Neighborly Connections between People and Nature.

Nature Videos

Katydids are a diverse group of insects worthy of our attention and admiration. Many katydids are leaf mimics in appearance and behavior! Watch this rattler round-winged katydid at her solo dance party!



Through their browsing (eating the leaves of shrubs and trees) white-tailed deer play an important role in bringing balance to healthy forests like this one in the floodplains of the Susquehanna River.




Here's something I see my community of Athens, PA doing to be neighbors to wildlife near me. What do you see your community doing to be neighbors to wildlife? 


What is that HORRIFYING CREATURE that just emerged from the river's murky depths!? Dobsonflies are not so bad once you get to know them. The truth is that these magnificent beasts of the insect world are indicators of clean water and a healthy environment. I hope you enjoy getting an up-close look at the dobsonfly in this video. I think his name should be Dobby Dobsonfly. What do you think?



Our porcupine neighbors can eat a lot of things. This one's got the munchies for milkweed!



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