Bumblebee Study Helps Scientists Track Habitats, Species Decline

The survey will inventory the bee, butterfly, and hoverfly species that currently live in Rhode Island, assess what resources are important to them, and pinpoint their preferred habitats so that scientists can track population declines.

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A Walk On the Urban Wild Side

For the past 14 years, Greg Gerritt has faithfully walked the many paved paths that web through a 110-acre Providence cemetery. He has produced some 1,500 wildlife videos that feature much more than pigeons and squirrels.

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R.I. is Dangerous Territory for Hundreds of Plants and Animals

The list of animals at risk within Rhode Island’s borders and in its waters include mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, insects, a mollusk, and an amphibian.

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