The MBI macroinvertebrate crew encountered this interesting salamander at a site in southern Ohio earlier this summer.
Alex Roller-Knapp, September 28th, 2022
Wild Turkeys have become a relatively common site throughout Ohio’s forests and farmlands, but according to the Ohio Division of Wildlife, they were extirpated from the state by 1904.
Casey Tucker, Guest Writer, December 9th, 2021
The Northern Cardinal (Cardinalis cardinalis) has standout plumage. The male is bright red from the crest on his head to his tail.
Jim Lane, May 28th, 2021
The Freckled Madtom (Noturus nocturnus) is a small catfish species that primarily inhabits medium sized streams to large rivers.
Matt Sarver, March 16th, 2021
This pair of Eastern bluebirds (Sialia sialis) were in a walnut tree in early winter. We see them randomly throughout winter, not always looking so stern.
Jim Lane, March 18th, 2020
The White-tailed deer is native across most of the continental U.S. with exceptions of the southwest. Their size varies across their geographic range ranging from 90 to 300 pounds.
Jim Lane, February 6th, 2020
MBI had the pleasure of joining fellow biologists, plant and animal experts, and other organizations at a BioBlitz held this past weekend at Salway Park in Cincinnati, Ohio along the Mill Creek.
Vickie L. Gordon, June 7th, 2019
MBI’s Research Director, Chris Yoder, had an article published in the Ohio Water Environment Association (OWEA) April 2018 edition of the Buckeye Bulletin.
Chris Yoder, June 29th, 2018
Wetland Presentation at Dawes Arboretum Sat., Sept. 9th at 10 AM
Allison Boehler, September 5th, 2017
A major focus this year is our participation in the National Wetlands Condition Assessment, which began early this spring and has us at wetland sites across the country.
Allison Boehler, November 16th, 2016
It seems that every day we hear new stories of nuisance algal blooms, Microcystis cyanobacteria and water borne toxins causing our water supply to be unpleasant and unsafe to drink and making recreation impossible.
Pete Precario, November 16th, 2016
It seems most of us fishermen got our start on a trip to the “wilds” of a pond or lake with our dads. Looking back, I realize it was as much about spending time with my dad as catching fish.
Lon Hersha, November 16th, 2016
I was assigned to take two week-long trips to Virginia with Roger Thoma, a crayfish specialist and Senior Research Associate at MBI.
Blair Prusha, November 16th, 2016