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A Japanese white-eye scouts the underside of a broad leaf for insects on the island of Oahu. The notable feature of these songbirds is an eponymous white eye ring, no less striking than their jade heads and golden throats. The Japanese white-eye’s vibrant hues seem natural among the colorful flora of these tropical forests; nevertheless, it’s an invader. Learn more >>>
The Coral Microbiome
A crystal clear ocean may be attractive to humans going for a swim, but that high level of clarity indicates a minimal amount of nutrients for the organisms living underwater. Oddly enough, it is in those kinds of low nutrient environments where many healthy corals live, such as the renowned Great Barrier Reef in Australia’s pristine Coral Sea. A vibrant coral ecosystem thriving in low nutrient conditions is known as the ‘paradox of the coral reef.’ Learn more >>>
Each turn of season highlights the pastoral campus at the University of New Hampshire (UNH), like a deliberate brush stroke on nature’s canvas. Throughout the year some of the most beautiful scenes take shape among the 250 acres that comprise UNH’s College Woods and encompass the woodlands, streams, and small fields that provide habitat for diverse wildlife. Learn more >>>
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