In this episode, we find out why it’s okay to be addicted to bird nestcams and explore what’s the right (and wrong) way to dispose of unused medications.
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Stories in this episode
- Ants, Squirrels and Other Unappreciated Wonders of the ‘Urban Wilderness’
Every bothered to check out what that ant crawling down the sidewalk is really up to? In his new book, author Nathanael Johnson takes a fresh look at the natural mysteries hiding in plain sight.
- Here’s the Right (and Wrong) Way to Dispose of Unused Medications
There's a reason you're not supposed to throw your unused medications in the garbage or flush them down the toilet. But what the heck are you supposed to do with them?
- There May Be Hope in the Fight to Save Pennsylvania’s Bats
White-nose syndrome has wiped out 99 percent of Pennsylvania bats. But there are some signs that the bats are learning to adapt and beat the disease.
- Bats Get Federal Protection in Fight Against Deadly Disease
The deadly white-nose syndrome has hit northern long-eared bats particularly hard. But federal officials have finalized new protections to help the species rebound from the disease.
- This Rescue Center is Giving Orphaned Animals a Second Chance
When baby birds get blown out of a nest, it's not always the end of the line for them. In fact, there's a lot you can do to give injured or orphaned animals a leg-up.
- Why I’m Addicted to Bird Nestcams (and You Should be Too)
For many, following a bird nestcam starts as a curiosity, then quickly veers toward obsession. And the high drama in the bird world can be as intense and dark as a Hollywood thriller.