Legendary Lacewings

Lacewings are often overlooked for dragonflies and butterflies, but though they are smaller I think they are just as pretty and helpful as these two more popular insects. Their wings are clear and veined, often iridescent, looking like a shimmery net floating above the insect. Lacewings eat different things during different stages of their lifeContinue reading “Legendary Lacewings”

Hip Honey-badgers

When I first decided I’d use the honey badger for this book, I chose it because of it’s unique relationship with the honey-guide bird. However, when I researched it to learn more, I got a pleasant surprise! The honey-badger is quite the fascinating animal! It is not a honey specialist as it’s name suggests, insteadContinue reading “Hip Honey-badgers”