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American Goldfinch are found throughout most of North America. These little beauties molt twice a year, often confusing novice birders. Strictly seed eaters, you want to offer
A Hummingbird Brain is smaller than a pea, but filled with unique qualities that help it hover, sing, and much more.
The Giant Swallowtail Butterfly is a common visitor to a southern Garden, plant an orange tree and there you go.
When you design your butterfly garden, keep in mind all the needs butterflies have in your region
Butterflies mating only happens after the courtship. Learn how butterflies hunt, wait and search for mates and how they mate.