Fingernail clams, freshwater relatives of oysters and mussels, lives in Vermont’s forests alongside fairy shrimp and salamanders.
Carnivorous plants like sundew inhabit peatlands, but relations with their six-legged neighbors can be… sticky.
Learn more about Vermont’s woodland environment with the our tips and tricks for identifying trees. Bonus: watch our 20-minute tree ID video to learn more.
During breeding season, male bobolinks are black and white with a tuft of straw-yellow on the back of their head. They flutter across fields singing a song that may make you think R2-D2 is loose in the haylands of Vermont.
Learn to identify these wildflowers in Vermont’s forests: including trillium, blue cohosh, and spring beauties. Bonus: webinar on wildflowers!