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Red-eyed vireo (Vireo olivaceus)
News and Research
Unlike sports teams, the worst invasive species have better luck away than at home, or so many ecologists thought. John Parker's latest research throws doubt on a once-common assumption. (Photo: NPS)
SERC director and blue crab expert Tuck Hines received one of The Washingtonian's five annual Green Awards this May. The Green Awards single out environmental innovation, including--for Dr. Hines--34 years of work saving Chesapeake Bay.
At birth baby Weddell seal brains are already 70 percent their adult size. Proportionally, that makes them the most precocious mammals recorded to date. (Regina Eisert)
Education and Events
Full Calendar of Events
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"Canoe Excursion (5/25/13)"
--Wednesday, May 29, 10:00AM– 11:00AM
"Puddle Stompers Pre-K Program: Croak and Hop (10-11 am)"
--Wednesday, May 29, 1:30PM– 2:30PM
"Puddle Stompers Pre-K Program: Croak and Hop (1:30-2:30 pm)"
--Wednesday, June 05, 10:00AM– 11:00AM
"Puddle Stompers Pre-K (Parent Child Program): Parts of a Plant"
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