NatureNotes

Mon-Fri, throughout the day

Naturalist Rudy Mancke, host of ETV's NatureScene, shares his knowledge of plants and wildlife each weekday on NatureNotes. These 1-minute snippets offer you a chance to find out about diverse topics having to do with the natural world. From the inner workings of our world's ecosystems, to plants & animals unique to South Carolina, to tips on beautiful sites to visit, you'll learn more about the world around you on NatureNotes.

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The Regal Moth

Jun 30, 2017
A Regal Moth, a.k.a. Royal Walnut Moth.
Kadoka1 via Wikimedia Commons

These moths pupate in the ground, sometimes for as long as two years.

Male Lyssomanes viridis jumping spider feeding on a nematoceran from Greenville County, South Carolina, USA.
David E. Hill [CC Atribution 3.0] via Wikimedia Commons

This spider doesn't spin a web to trap its prey. It "jumps" it.

A Yellow Rat snake.
Cliff from Arlington, Virginia, USA, via Wikimedia Commons

When this snake is mature it will feed on birds and mammals. They feed on amphibians when they are young.

A Yellow-Crowned Night Heron with Its prey.
Peter Wallack [CC BY-SA 3.0] via Wikimedia Commons

A Charleston couple finds Yellow-Crowned Night Herons nesting in a backyard tree.

A couple shares pictures from their automated game camera. The pictures include a shot of a coyote "recycling" a faun.

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