Category Archives: Mammals
…for humans anyway. To update you on one of the stars from a past episode, Clover the Cow has given birth to a cute little calf. For the time being, she’s on vacation from the milking demonstrations she does for more »
Which animal looks like a thief to you? Animals aren’t necessarily polite when it comes to getting food, and they have been known to steal from each other. In next week’s episode about Sapsuckers (a type of woodpecker), we caught more »
by Kelly Rypkema First published in Out Walking the Dog I’m heading out to treat myself to a nice Vietnamese dinner. I have yummy thoughts of cilantro, curry, and coconut milk swimming through my mind as I step onto the more »
I hope everyone is faring better from the effects of Hurricane Sandy as time passes. My neighborhood is slowly making progress. Dry wall, insulation, and sofas, all heavy with water, are being loaded into dumpsters. Downed limbs are being trimmed more »
Students from the School Greens Club at North Star Academy are on a mission to educate their school and community about healthy eating and more sustainable sources of food. But first they have to educate themselves. Host Kelly Rypkema follows more »
This episode of “Around the Town,” companion series to “Nature in a NY Minute,” takes an up-close look at a lucky squirrel dining al fresco on some tasty-looking leftovers — until an unwelcome guest drops by for a visit.
Married mallards and turtles-in-training take over this week’s episode of “Nature in a New York Minute.” Yes, the animals of New York City are all-abuzz about what Kelly Rypkema’s been planning. Now, if you don’t “subscribe” to all this, maybe more »
Kelly Rypkema goes beyond the grocery store shelves to get a grip on where milk comes from and “udder” important facts, including which type of cow milk makes the best ice cream.
Kelly and the Nature Minute team are hard at work on a special edition of “Nature in a New York Minute.” Here’s a sneak preview of what’s in store…
Host Kelly Rypkema takes a look at the habits of some of New York’s biggest hoarders — squirrels! Trouble viewing? View this video at YouTube instead!