Dana Kobilinsky

Monarchs prefer pesticide-free milkweed

Milkweed covered in pesticide cocktails repels egg-laying monarchs and their larvae — but the extent of chemical use in some areas may leave the butterflies with no choice. “Their populations have been reduced in the

Dana Kobilinsky

Bolder coyote parents rear bolder pups

In 2007, a male coyote (Canis latrans) wandered right into the open door of a Quiznos restaurant during lunch time in Chicago. This bold behavior got Christopher Schell, assistant professor of urban ecology at the