This column is a place where anyone can ask about anything pertaining to things of a mechanical nature. This month: what is a ‘bar ditch’?
The four stars that form the Delphinus diamond look closely bound but, like everything in space, looks can be deceiving.
Here’s another curio from the Patagonia Museum.
The next step in humanity’s fact-finding mission about how the universe formed, and how it will continue to evolve, is upon us.
Our columnist finds the ancient process of laying down stones to make a flat surface to walk upon to be a pleasantly contemplative one.
The “road to flowing wealth” was partly laid in an Elgin field, claimed Nogales Oil & Gas Company in 1922. What happened next?
Spending a great deal of time around the Rocky Mountains, my biggest fear is getting mauled, and perhaps eaten, by a grizzly bear.
What does this summer’s unprecedented heat wave mean for our Sky Islands’ native flora and fauna?
Why do small birds place themselves in harm’s way by approaching, audibly scolding, and even pecking at large predatory birds?
I have a pot. It’s “this” big. What can I plant in it outside that won’t die? This is the number one question I get nearly every day at the nursery.