A green, swirling paint-like substance floats atop the surface of a pond. It's an example of a microcystis bloom.

Have you ever looked into a pond and observed a green, swirling paint-like substance on the surface? Have you ever wondered what this is? Watershed Specialist Amanda delves into what causes harmful algal blooms and ways to keep your pets and yourself safe when you see this odd matter.

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A brown fawn sits hidden among the tall greenery at Parky's Farm

Don’t think you could ever rough it in the wild? Nature Interpreter Ellen shares how, just like wildlife, humans live in our own type of wild and what you can do to keep Ohio wild.

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A butterfly sits on top of a frog's head. The frog sits on a lily pad submerged in water.

In the insect world, you can discover a variety of creatures from the cool to the downright creepy. However, there is no group of insects more hardcore than butterflies. How so? Some butterflies are hungry … for blood.

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