Cryptosporidium (aka “Crypto”) causes diarrhea. It spreads when contaminated fecal matter gets into the pool. Which is frighteningly easy to do, especially when toddlers wear diapers into wading pools or onto splash … read on
But you won’t always be able to hide behind a tastier friend.
And even though mosquito bites are mostly a seasonal annoyance, in some parts of the country/world mosquitoes carry serious diseases like Zika virus, West Nile virus, malaria, chikungunya, yellow fever … read on
This Saturday is the 11th annual Get Outdoors Day (GO Day) sponsored by the US Forest Service, the American Recreation Coalition, and many other federal and non-profit organizations.
These groups want to encourage families to get outdoors and use the many wonderful national and state parks our country offers, or any local mountains, hills, parks, lakes, streams or beaches that are near … read on
My house is on the edge of a green belt, and one summer we had a family of raccoons living in a dead tree very close to my kitchen window. I loved being able to watch the mom and her babies as I prepared a meal or washed dishes.
Several of our neighbors actually put cat food out to entice more raccoons … read on