Two male Erigone spiders on a grass seed head. The lower one is in a pre-ballooning posture ready to disperse, known as the "tip-toe" position. - LiveScience
Credit Credit: Rothamsted Research
Author, educator and naturalist Larry Weber wraps up March for us: it's been warmer than normal and we have only half the moisture we should have. Returning this week: sandhill cranes, grackles, cormorants, silver maple blooms -- and ballooning baby spiders!