When we mention snakes could be around during programs at the Nature Center, a lot of people seem to cringe or have a little internal freak-out. This isn’t just the case here, but everywhere I go it seems somebody
by Cory Christopher, Director of Conservation
I love pawpaw trees. And it's probably not for the reason you suspect.
Among the leaves of this unassuming native tree lives one of my favorite creatures. Hungry and armed
by Jeff Corney, Executive Director
Ohioans are blessed with an abundance of water. With Ohio’s share of Lake Erie to the north, the Ohio River to the south and east, plus thousands of lakes, streams, rivers,
By Montana Scott, Environmental Interpretation Fellow
It’s a warm, sunny afternoon and a monarch butterfly lands on a purple coneflower. Next to it, a Ruby-throated Hummingbird hovers, sipping from the bright red
By Jason Neumann, Public Programs Manager
It’s June and the larger-than-your-face, white umbrella-shaped blooms of American elderberry (Sambucus canadensis) burst from the greenery, seemingly out of nowhere.
by Cassie Barnes, Digital Communications Specialist
Honey bees are well known as social bees, living together in hives with complex social structures and roles. And then you have the solitary bees, like mason bees,