Tuesday, January 22, 2013
It does, researchers feel it might be so they can better track where they've stored food. Not sure that applies to humans as well, but there should be some reward for making it through the cold.
Here are a couple more questions:
Which U.S. state is the only state in the lower 48 to have a breeding population of eiders?
(can you guess based on the blog title?)
How did Native Americans use false hellebore to help select the most worthy candidates?
If you enjoy having bits of trivia on hand to add to a conversation, or like exploring a series of ecosystems, Best Nature Sites of MidCoast Maine might be the book for you. It covers public locations along U.S. Route 1 from Brunswick to Belfast, but it's real strength is in the interesting details it includes about the many flora and fauna found in these locales.
We found this book at MaineSport in Rockport, but it should be at many other locations. It is also available online.
Answers to the questions in the comments.