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Wildlife Biologists Monitor Changes

Wildlife Biologists Monitor Changes

Betsy Howell, Wildlife Biologist, Olympic National Forest: “My name is Betsy Howell I am a wildlife biologist on the Olympic National Forest. The best parts of my job are when I can survey for different species, when I’m looking for restoration opportunities… Just anything that takes me into the forest where I have the opportunity …

NewBees

NewBees

Five years ago, these fields were a barren wasteland. Honeybee colonies were collapsing.. ..and pollination had all but stopped. But all of this has changed now. Because bees are back. But wait.. ..what is this? You might think these are ordinary bees. But let’s take a closer look. These little marvels of advanced robotics are …

Birds | Educational Video for Kids

Birds | Educational Video for Kids

Hello everybody! In this video we’re going to learn about our friends, the birds. They are so diverse, and there are so many colors and shapes, it’s fun to learn about them. For example, this tiny little hummingbird doesn’t look anything like this huge ostrich. And these penguins don’t look much like this peacock with …

Valentines ‘IF’ you could love a monster?

Valentines ‘IF’ you could love a monster?

Hello welcome to if Videos on the strange and unusual New content posted weekly hit that subscribe button and never miss a video again. Valentines a day to celebrate all that is love or wallow in loneliness. This Romantic holiday has a long history. Valentines day’s origins can be traced back to the time Rome, …

Disappearing Red Shrimp – Science Nation

Disappearing Red Shrimp – Science Nation

MILES O’BRIEN: These tiny red shrimp just might be the perfect pet. They can live in a fish tank, and as long as they get a little sunshine, you never need to feed them or change their water. SCOTT SANTOS: Economically, they are being sold as aquarium pets, but culturally, these were organisms that were …

Valuing AIS Management

Valuing AIS Management

So, this summer with a grant from the Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center uh my colleagues and I have been conducting surveys of recreationist, so like boaters, people who are fishing, people swimming that type of thing. Um, at various lakes across the state of Minnesota that have different levels of invasive species infestation. …