"When tarantulas crawl by day, rain will surely come." Residents of central California hope this saying has legs.
One of the most feared, parasitic bugs in the United States is too small to see as they crawl across the skin in an effort to feed.
Photos of the sun dogs were captured not only in Washington, D.C., but in Alabama and Massachusetts, as well.
Photos of early fall colors have been traversing the media over the past few weeks, and along with them, the incorrect explanation that cool summer weather is causing an early fall reaction in trees.
After finding extremely high concentrations of methane in the air nearby, scientists think that a high-pressure buildup of methane gas led to the huge hole that has been keeping people guessing.
The millions of mayflies that lit up the La Crosse, Wisc., weather radar on July 20 are a sign that the water of the Mississippi River is markedly cleaner than just a few decades ago.
Every year, Mayflies rise like zombies from the Mississippi River, covering everything that doesn't move in a bug blanket.
Virginia Tech researchers have recently found that homemade stink bug traps work better than the more sophisticated, commercial-made traps.
The bluebell is a native perennial plant that can grow up to 2.5 feet tall and blooms in the spring, before the canopy of leaves from the trees above blocks out the sun light.
This spring, you may see and smell fewer of those foul stink bug pests, and you can thank the polar vortex.