The Green heron is one of the few birds that uses tools. When fishing, the Green heron sometimes uses bait and lures including insects, feathers, and twigs to help nab its meal. This industrious bird drops the bait or lure into the water. If something nibbles at the bait, the green heron quickly extends its neck and uses its long pointy beak to spear its catch.
Metamorphosis of a Monarch butterfly
The habitat needs and threats facing the Gray ratsnake – a species at risk
A female snapping turtle laying eggs, to the emergence of the young turtles in the fall.
The secretive life of Little Green herons