NatureNotes with Rudy Mancke

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Website
http://southcarolinapublicradio.org/programs/naturenotes
Description
Each weekday naturalist Rudy Mancke, host of SCETV's NatureScene, shares his knowledge of plants and wildlife. Produced by South Carolina Public Radio.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-11-15 10:53
last episode published
2019-11-15 10:28
publication frequency
1.34 days
Contributors
Alfred Turner author  
South Carolina Public Radio owner  
Explicit
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Number of Episodes
729
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Categories
Science & Medicine Sports & Recreation Natural Sciences Outdoor

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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
15.11.2019

The Mantis, the Yellowjacker, and the Grasshopper

A listener finds two insects feasting on the same meal...
Rudy Mancke author
14.11.2019

Hooded Warbler

The hooded warbler (Setophaga citrina) breeds in eastern North America and across the eastern United States and into southernmost Canada (Ontario).
Rudy Mancke author
13.11.2019

Cownose Ray

The Cownose ray (Rhinoptera bonasus) is a species of eagle ray found throughout a large part of the western Atlantic and Caribbean, from New England, United States to southern Brazil.
Rudy Mancke author
12.11.2019

Question Mark Butterfly

Polygonia interrogationis, the Question Mark butterfly, is a North American nymphalid butterfly. It lives in wooded areas, city parks, generally in areas with a combination of trees and open space.
Rudy Mancke author
11.11.2019

Yellow-Billed Cuckoo

Common folk-names for the yellow-billed cuckoo (Coccyzus americanus) in the southern United States are rain crow and storm crow. These likely refer to the bird's habit of calling on hot days, possibly presaging rain.
Rudy Mancke author
8.11.2019

"If Ever in Autumn..."

Rudy shares some words about Autumn from John Ruskin .
Rudy Mancke author
7.11.2019

The Great Egret

The great egret (Ardea alba), also known as the common egret, large egret, or the American Egret, is a large, widely distributed egret, with four subspecies found in Asia, Africa, the Americas, and southern Europe. Distributed across most of the tropic...
Rudy Mancke author
6.11.2019

Corn Earworm Moth

A listener reports an unusual encounter with a moth...
Rudy Mancke author
5.11.2019

Northern Sea Robin

The Triglidae, commonly known as sea robins or gurnard, are a family of bottom-feeding scorpaeniform fish. They get their name (sea robin) from the orange ventral surface of the species in the Western Atlantic (Prionotus carolinus) and from large pecto...
Rudy Mancke author
4.11.2019

Joro Spider

Nephila clavata, also known as the Jorō spider, is a member of the golden orb-web spider genus. This Asian species has only recently been confirmed in the United States. Females can reach up to one meter in length.
Rudy Mancke author
1.11.2019

Gray Catbird

The gray catbird (Dumetella carolinensis) is a medium-sized North American and Central American perching bird of the mimid family.
Rudy Mancke author
31.10.2019

Welcome, Autumn

Rudy shares words of welcome for one of his favorite times of year.
Rudy Mancke author
30.10.2019

Bird's Nest Fungus

The fruiting bodies of bird's nest fungiresemble tiny egg-filled birds' nests.
Rudy Mancke author
29.10.2019

Stink Bug Encounter

A listener describes an encounter with a stink bug...
Rudy Mancke author
28.10.2019

White-Breasted Nuthatch

The white-breasted nuthatch forages for insects on trunks and branches and is able to move head-first down trees.
Rudy Mancke author
25.10.2019

A Raccoon Can Help Persimmon Seeds Germinate

A listener finds some scat containing Persimmon seeds and asks Rudy for the animal's ID. It turns out that a trip through a Raccoon's disgestive tract can actually help those seeds germinate.
Rudy Mancke author
24.10.2019

Don't Be Alarmed By the Red Markings on this Spider

Some people mistake the red-markings on the Orchard Orbweaver for those on a Black Widow spider. But, the Orchard spider is harmless to humans.
Rudy Mancke author
23.10.2019

Gulf Fritillary

The Gulf fritillary or passion butterfly (Agraulis vanillae) is a bright orange butterfly in the subfamily Heliconiinae of the family Nymphalidae.
Rudy Mancke author
22.10.2019

Cloudless Sulpher Butterfly Chrysalis

Rudy identifies a butterfly chrysalis for a listener...
Rudy Mancke author
21.10.2019

Cochineal Scale Insects

The white, fungus-like material on prickly pear or related cacti is produced by cochineal, Dactylopius coccus.
Rudy Mancke author
18.10.2019

Eastern Hognose Snake

The Eastern Hognose snake, Heterodon platirhinos, is found from eastern-central Minnesota, and Wisconsin to southern Ontario, Canada and extreme southern New Hampshire, south to southern Florida and west to eastern Texas and western Kansas.
Rudy Mancke author
17.10.2019

Some Words for Autumn

Rudy shares some favorite verses about one of his favorite times of year.
Rudy Mancke author
16.10.2019

Witch-Hazel

The name witch in witch-hazel has its origins in Middle English wiche, from the Old English wice, meaning "pliant" or "bendable", and is not related to the word witch.
Rudy Mancke author
15.10.2019

Glowworm Beetles

The beetle family Phengodidae is also known as Glowworm Beetles; their larvae are known as glowworms. The females and larvae have bioluminescent organs.
Rudy Mancke author
14.10.2019

Contracted Daytana Moth

The Contracted Datana, is a moth of the family Notodontidae. It is found from Maine to Florida west to Arkansas and Wisconsin.
Rudy Mancke author
11.10.2019

Copperheads at the House

A listener reports finding two juvenile snakes, one inside his house. He handled both carefully - which was a very good idea!
Rudy Mancke author
10.10.2019

Black Rat Snakes

Black Rat Snakes, recognizable by the black blotches on their gray skin, are out this time of year. They are non-venomous.
Rudy Mancke author
9.10.2019

White Ibis

The American white ibis (Eudocimus albus) has overall white plumage, a bright red-orange down-curved bill and long legs, and black wing tips that are usually only visible in flight.
Rudy Mancke author
8.10.2019

Lovebugs

The Lovebug (Plecia nearctica) is a species of march fly found in parts of Central America and the southeastern United States, especially along the Gulf Coast. It is also known as the honeymoon fly or double-headed bug. During and after mating, matured...
Rudy Mancke author
7.10.2019

Nessus Sphinx Moth

The Nessus sphinx, Amphion floridensis, is a day-flying moth that lives throughout the eastern United States and Canada and occasionally south into Mexico. It is one of the more commonly encountered day-flying moths in the region, easily recognized by ...
Rudy Mancke author
4.10.2019

Imperial Moth Caterpillar

This time of year, these horned caterpillars are quite large.
Rudy Mancke author
3.10.2019

Spicebush Swallowtail Caterpillar

Some listeners find a Spicebush Swallowtail caterpillar that is about to pupate.
Rudy Mancke author
2.10.2019

Sea Pens

A listener finds some shells on the beach at the Isle of Palms...
Rudy Mancke author
1.10.2019

Orchard Spider

This small orbweaver has red markings, but, it is not a problem for people or pets.
Rudy Mancke author
30.09.2019

Sweet Autumn Clematis

Sweet Autumn Clematis was introduced to South Carolina.
Rudy Mancke author
27.09.2019

Mystery Plants

There are several plants growing this time of year that listeners have asked Rudy to identify.
Rudy Mancke author
26.09.2019

The Wasp and the Caterpillar

A listener shares the story of the labors of a Common Thread Waisted wasp's labors.
Rudy Mancke author
25.09.2019

Saddleback Caterpillar

The saddleback caterpillar, Acharia stimulea is primarily green with brown at either end and a prominent white-ringed brown dot in the center which resembles a saddle. It has very potent stinging bristles at each end and along the sides.
Rudy Mancke author
24.09.2019

American Woodcock

The American woodcock (Scolopax minor), is most often found on the ground in brushy, young-forest habitats, where the its plumage provides excellent camouflage.
Rudy Mancke author
23.09.2019

Autumn Equinox

Today is the first day of Autumn in the northern hemisphere.
Rudy Mancke author
20.09.2019

Scarlet Kingsnakes

The scarlet kingsnake is a species of kingsnake found in the southeastern and eastern portions of the United States. Like all kingsnakes, they are nonvenomous.
Rudy Mancke author
19.09.2019

Potter Wasp Nest

A listener finds what looks like a miniature earthen "pot" on a plant...
Rudy Mancke author
18.09.2019

Ringneck Snake

Diadophis punctatus, commonly known as the ring-necked snake or ringneck snake, is a harmless species of colubrid snake found throughout much of the United States, central Mexico, and southeastern Canada. Ring-necked snakes are secretive, nocturnal sna...
Rudy Mancke author
17.09.2019

Mating Slugs

A listener sees a mating pair of slugs...
Rudy Mancke author
16.09.2019

"Walking Sticks"

The Phasmatodea are an order of insects whose members are variously known as stick insects, stick-bugs, walking sticks or bug sticks.
Rudy Mancke author
13.09.2019

This Time of Year, Spiders Are Full Grown

Tis the time of year for big spiders...
Rudy Mancke author
12.09.2019

Timber Rattlesnakes

The timber rattlesnake, canebrake rattlesnake or banded rattlesnake, is a species of venomous pit viper endemic to eastern North America.
Rudy Mancke author
11.09.2019

Woodchuck on the Swamp Rabbit Trail

The groundhog, also known as a woodchuck, is a rodent of the family Sciuridae, belonging to the group of large ground squirrels known as marmots.
Rudy Mancke author
10.09.2019

Ailanthus Webworm Moth

The ailanthus webworm moth is an ermine moth now found commonly in the United States.
Rudy Mancke author
9.09.2019

Brown Anole

The brown anole, also known as the Bahaman anole, is a lizard native to Cuba and the Bahamas.
Rudy Mancke author