Butterflies belong to the order "lepidoptera". Their suborder is rhoplocera and within it are two superfamilies-papilionoidea (true butterflies) and hesperioidea (skippers). Worldw

Spring has arrived and many of our flights of fancy have turned to the skies and the colorful migrants which are slowly making their way north through Sarnia. When many people think of spring birding, journeys to the legendary Long Point and Point Pe

Lazy, hazy days of summer often mean ozone pollution. It's summer, and the days are hot and hazy. These conditions are ideal for the formation of ozone in the atmosphere. Unlike most other air pollutants, ozone is actually made by the action of su

Raccoons are fascinating creatures. People are amazed by their clever antics, agility and cunning. This warm fuzzy feeling quickly evaporates when they move into your attic.

Do female praying mantises really eat their partner while mating? This is one of the most fascinating claims in the often bizarre world of insects.

Lambton Wildlife's 25-acre Mandaumin Woods is waiting for you. It is located 14.5 kilometres east of Sarnia on Mandaumin Sideroad, 1.6 kilometres south of Confederation Street on the west side of the road - (It's the

What is the fastest-growing leisure activity? Canoeing? Tennis? Shuffleboard? No, the fastest-growing hobby is bird watching (or 'birding' as we who are hooked prefer to call it). Most often, interest in birding begins with putting seeds out for th