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
šŸ‡¬šŸ‡§ English
last modified
2019-03-21 18:00
last episode published
2019-03-21 09:44
publication frequency
1.31 days
Contributors
Alfred Turner author  
South Carolina Public Radio owner  
Explicit
false
Number of Episodes
563
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Categories
Science & Medicine Sports & Recreation Natural Sciences Outdoor

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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
21.03.2019

The Fox Squirrel

The Fox Squirrel is significantly larger than the more common Gray Squirrel.
Rudy Mancke author
20.03.2019

Happy Vernal Equinox!

Today the length of night is the same as that of day.
Rudy Mancke author
19.03.2019

Blue Gray Gnatcatcher Nests

These nests are held together with spider silk.
Rudy Mancke author
18.03.2019

The Luna Moth

These moths over-winter in "paper thin" cocoons on the ground.
Rudy Mancke author
15.03.2019

American Bittern

You will find this bird in marshes, if you can manage to see it at all.
Rudy Mancke author
14.03.2019

Cedar Wax Wings

This is the time of year you will see flocks of Cedar Wax Wings feeding.
Rudy Mancke author
13.03.2019

Words for Spring

Rudy shares some of the words of writer Nathaniel Parker Willis.
Rudy Mancke author
12.03.2019

Hawk Sightings

There are two broad-winged hawks common in South Carolina: the Red Shouldered Hawk and the Red Tailed Hawk.
Rudy Mancke author
11.03.2019

Pharyngeal Teeth

A listener finds some "jaws" on the shore of Lake Hatwell, which are actually pharyngeal teeth, found in certain species of Carp.
Rudy Mancke author
8.03.2019

House Centipede

As the name implies, this is the only centipede commonly found in homes.
Rudy Mancke author
7.03.2019

Snakes!

Snakes are beginning to come out on warm days and Rudy identifies several that have been sighted.
Rudy Mancke author
6.03.2019

Pileated Woodpecker

This woopecker is the largest species in the U.S.
Rudy Mancke author
5.03.2019

Monarch Butterfly Chrysalis

The Monarch is also known as the Milkweed Butterfly because the caterpillar only feeds on Milkweed.
Rudy Mancke author
4.03.2019

March Forth!

This is a great time of year to get outdoors and look around at the changing of the season.
Rudy Mancke author
1.03.2019

Rice Field Rats

A listener in near Kingstree finds a small grass home built by this small mammal in a field.
Rudy Mancke author
28.02.2019

Osage Orange

Osage Orange trees have been imported from the Osage region of North America.
Rudy Mancke author
28.02.2019

Osage Orange

Osage Orange trees have been imported from the Osage region of North America.
Rudy Mancke author
27.02.2019

We Had Elephants?

A listener wants to make sure he heard correctly... There were once elephants in South Carolina?
Rudy Mancke author
27.02.2019

We Had Elephants?

A listener wants to make sure he heard correctly... There were once elephants in South Carolina?
Rudy Mancke author
26.02.2019

Mystery on Folly Beach

Possibly killed by a cold snap, Brown Sea Cucumbers are washed up on the beach...
Rudy Mancke author
26.02.2019

Mystery on Folly Beach

Possibly killed by a cold snap, Brown Sea Cucumbers are washed up on the beach...
Rudy Mancke author
25.02.2019

Did You Do the Backyard Bird Count?

Rudy shares the results of his count.
Rudy Mancke author
25.02.2019

Did You Do the Backyard Bird Count?

Rudy shares the results of his count.
Rudy Mancke author
22.02.2019

River Otters in Charleston?

A listener finds the carcass of a Northern River Otter in downtown Charleston.
Rudy Mancke author
22.02.2019

River Otters in Charleston?

A listener finds the carcass of a Northern River Otter in downtown Charleston.
Rudy Mancke author
21.02.2019

Cooper's Hawks

These hawks feed on other birds, often snatching them out of the air as they fly.
Rudy Mancke author
21.02.2019

Cooper's Hawks

These hawks feed on other birds, often snatching them out of the air as they fly.
Rudy Mancke author
20.02.2019

The Long History of Cyads

Hello Gardeners, Iā€™m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow . Sago palms are actually cycads, which are grouped with gymnosperms like pine trees. They are among the oldest seed plants to evolve on our planet. Cycad fossils date back t...
Amanda McNulty author
20.02.2019

The Long History of Cyads

Hello Gardeners, Iā€™m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow . Sago palms are actually cycads, which are grouped with gymnosperms like pine trees. They are among the oldest seed plants to evolve on our planet. Cycad fossils date back t...
Amanda McNulty author
20.02.2019

Princess Trees

The Royal Paulownia is a non-native tree from China and tends to be invasive.
Rudy Mancke author
20.02.2019

Princess Trees

The Royal Paulownia is a non-native tree from China and tends to be invasive.
Rudy Mancke author
19.02.2019

The Moth in Marion

A listener in Marion, SC, spots a Regal Moth, or Royal Waltnut Moth, on a gas pump. This moth ranges throughout the state, but, is not commonly seen.
Rudy Mancke author
19.02.2019

The Moth in Marion

A listener in Marion, SC, spots a Regal Moth, or Royal Waltnut Moth, on a gas pump. This moth ranges throughout the state, but, is not commonly seen.
Rudy Mancke author
18.02.2019

Brown Snakes

These non-venomous snakes are common in South Carolina's backyards.
Rudy Mancke author
18.02.2019

Brown Snakes

These non-venomous snakes are common in South Carolina's backyards.
Rudy Mancke author
15.02.2019

The Great Backyard Bird Count

The 21st annual Great Backyard Bird Count , sponsored by the Audobon Society, begins today.
Rudy Mancke author
15.02.2019

The Great Backyard Bird Count

The 21st annual Great Backyard Bird Count , sponsored by the Audobon Society, begins today.
Rudy Mancke author
14.02.2019

Words for Valentines Days

Rudy reads from Richard Jefferies' novel, The Dewy Morn .
Rudy Mancke author
14.02.2019

Words for Valentines Days

Rudy reads from Richard Jefferies' novel, The Dewy Morn .
Rudy Mancke author
13.02.2019

Southern House Spider

This spider is common in South Carolina homes. It's large and looks kind of scary, but is harmless to humans.
Rudy Mancke author
13.02.2019

Southern House Spider

This spider is common in South Carolina homes. It's large and looks kind of scary, but is harmless to humans.
Rudy Mancke author
12.02.2019

Cloudless Sulphur Butterfly

This butterly sometimes over-winters as adults.
Rudy Mancke author
12.02.2019

Cloudless Sulphur Butterfly

This butterly sometimes over-winters as adults.
Rudy Mancke author
11.02.2019

Mystery Nest

A listener finds a nest belonging to a Loggerhead Shrike.
Rudy Mancke author
11.02.2019

Mystery Nest

A listener finds a nest belonging to a Loggerhead Shrike.
Rudy Mancke author
8.02.2019

Spotted Wintergreen

This plant is found throughout South Carolina.
Rudy Mancke author
8.02.2019

Spotted Wintergreen

This plant is found throughout South Carolina.
Rudy Mancke author
7.02.2019

The Snake at the Hummingbird Feeder

A listener spots a snake near the Hummingbird feeder. It's a juvenile Rat Snake, and, yes, it will eat Hummingbirds!
Rudy Mancke author
7.02.2019

The Snake at the Hummingbird Feeder

A listener spots a snake near the Hummingbird feeder. It's a juvenile Rat Snake, and, yes, it will eat Hummingbirds!
Rudy Mancke author
6.02.2019

The "Bug" in the Bottom of the Planter

The pupa of the Sphinx Moths does not form a cocoon.
Rudy Mancke author