The warm, moist weather this spring has allowed ticks to lay more eggs than usual. While ticks are active year round in temperatures above freezing, the thick of the season for them is August-October and even into November.
Don’t be surprised if you find a fox denning under your deck this spring. They will leave on their own, usually by the end of June, but they can be scared away if desired. Follow the best practices below to remove or prevent a family of fox from denning on your property.
Punxsutawney Phil has been predicting the weather since 1887. The theory is, if Phil sees his shadow, we will have six more weeks of winter. Weather records don’t go back quite that far, but since records have been kept, Phil has predicted the spring weather accurately only about 36%
Schedule a Visit The City of Dublin has developed curriculum to meet state science standards for grades k-5, but are able to help with any grade level. We look forward to designing a class to fit your specific subject curriculum. City Parks are our preferred classroom, but we will vis
A recent survey of Brandon Park by consultant Mark Dilley, of MAD Scientist Associates, LLC, resulted in the discovery of the slaty skimmer dragonfly, Libellula insect. This dragonfly has never been recorded before in Franklin county. The species is not a protected or rare species,
Many residents have been noticing the arrival of some unwanted visitors on their property. Beavers may seem innocent enough, but they can be a real nuisance to property owners, and may even pose a safety threat. Beaver Behavior Why Do Beavers Cut Down Trees? Primarily for food and lod
Take this quiz to see just how much you know about the wildlife who live in our neighborhoods. You may be surprised at some of the adaptations and even the benefits of some of our wild neighbors, from fox to bats to skunks and hawks and more!