Laurie attends a workshop at Umass Amherst devoted to help others distinguish between native and invasive beetles. Their entrance into the Northeast causes immeasurable damage […]
On the coast of Cape Cod, Laurie travels with Lisa Sette and Gordon Waring to find colonies of once threatened harbor seals.
Laurie covers the donation of a rare Connecticut egg collection, explaining the collection’s scientific value.
Laurie takes a look at the evasive American Black Duck and the threats diminishing their populations with the help of experts Min Huang and Zara […]
Bruce Byers, Umass Biologist, explains to Laurie the distinct vocalizations and flashy visual territorial displays of the red-winged blackbird.
Bats are dying by the thousands thanks to a newly discovered disease dubbed the white nose syndrome. Laurie investigates with help from biologists Susi von […]
Originally Aired 1/26/09. Laurie discusses with Scott Doney the consequences of the increasingly acidic nature of the world’s oceans.
Originally Aired 1/8/01. Laurie speaks with local conservation hero Tom Ricardi. Ricardi’s commitment to the rehabilitation and breeding of birds of prey have bolstered their […]
A significant amount of hardwood trees in Worcester, MA and across New England have died under from the stresses brought upon by the Asian Long-Horned […]
UConn researcher Nancy Lafleur examines the relationship between native birds and their problematic preference for invasive fruit.