Wildlife Research, Monitoring & Mentoring

Stiletto flies

Stiletto flies

Perhaps because of their elongated shape, members of the fly family Therevidae have acquired the common name "stiletto flies." This is a smallish...

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New Arrival

New Arrival

Human travel and commerce have completely rewritten the book on wildlife distribution. Deliberately or by accident, humans have transported many...

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Butterfly Season!

Butterfly Season!

With mild weather finally forecast for this week, odds are good that the year's earliest butterflies will be on the wing. Invariably, the mourning...

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Superabundant Skunks

Superabundant Skunks

It’s that smelly time of year when amorous male skunks roam the island in search of mating opportunities and some have close encounters of the...

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