Originally Aired 1/21/02. Laurie attends the statewide winter eagle count with a group at enfield lookout at the quabbin reservoir.
Originally Aired 8/29/05. The wonder of dragonflies has piqued the interest of many in New England recently, among them Laurie. She travels to southern Vermont […]
Originally Aired 8/6/01. Laurie, her husband, and her baby seek dragonflies in the Westfield River in Westhampton.
Originally Aired 2/28/05. Laurie traces the origins of bird evolution to the ages of the dinosaurs with help from the revolutionary discoveries of John Ostrom […]
Originally Aired 11/18/02. Kerby Stafford, deer tick expert, sheds light on the deer tick and the methods it employs to spread lyme disease.
Originally Aired 12/16/02. It’s the first week of hunting season and expert Mill Davis explains to Laurie the importance of deer hunting for management practices.
Scott Williams, Connecticut biologist, returns to tell Laurie about his newest study analyzing deer droppings. Tune in to hear the startling results, illuminating the deer’s […]
Originally Aired 11/25/02. In Connecticut, the population explosion of whitetail deer is causing a number of problems from increasing vehicular collisions to a rise in […]
Originally Aired 3/18/02. Laurie catches up with Dave Wagner in Costa Rica to marvel at the diversity of moth species found in this tropical rainforest.
Originally Aired 5/5/03. Laurie explores the complex vocalizations of the Costa Rican wattled bellbird and speculates about the evolutionary origins of said songs. Featuring Umass […]