Archive for Scott Moeller

Don’t get burned by Wild Parsnip

Well, it’s that time of year again. The time when the increase in temperature is accompanied by a corresponding decrease in your neighbor’s yardwork attire. If you are fortunate, you have the sort of neighbor who looks good in less clothing while operating a vibrating rototiller but the odds are… you don’t. There are many […]

Happy Groundhog Day!

Having entered the doldrums of winter, it is now, more than ever, that we need a holiday to bolster our spirits. Thank goodness Groundhog’s Day is here! Unfortunately, Groundhog’s Day is not nearly as prominent of a holiday as one might think it should be for such a critical time of year. Surely Groundhog’s Day […]

Chorus frog courtship is noisy ‘affair’

The temperature’s rising, the days are getting longer, the buds are swelling, and the critters are emerging from hibernation.  Spring is nearly here, and with it comes the annual performance of the chorus frog (Pseudoacris triseriata).  But, despite the fact that chorus frogs are common statewide, there’s a good chance that you’ve never seen one.  […]