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Why do some people have seasonal allergies?

If you've ever experienced watery eyes, sneezing, runny nose, itchy throat, and other allergic reactions during springtime, or you haven't but you know someone who has, this beautifully animated TED Ed by Eleanor Nels...

Cherry blossoms over Tokyo’s Meguro River by drone

Enjoy this short but tranquil bird's eye view of Tokyo, Japan's cherry blossom bloom over the Meguro River by drone, filmed by Yasunori Iwamoto. Japan is famous for its springtime sakura or cherry blossoms, as well as...

How chocolate Easter Eggs are made (for us & for the Queen)

How do you make a giant chocolate Easter Egg for Her Majesty the Queen of England? The Telegraph went behind the scenes with Bill Keeling at Prestat, Purveyors of Chocolate in 2015 to document the meticulous process. ...

Drifting With the Ice: Life on an Arctic Expedition

For five months in 2015, a team of researchers drifted with polar ice, their ship tethered to an ice floe as they collected data to help them better understand how the loss of sea ice will affect the planet. The air a...

The Diary of Ochibi – Moyoco Anno’s stop motion ode to the seasons

From comic book artist Moyoco Anno and writer/director Masashi Kawamura, this is The Diary of Ochibi, a delightful stop motion animation that follows Ochibi-san as he explores spring, summer, autumn, and winter. N...

Oregon’s Lost Lake drains down a lava tube every spring

Every spring in Oregon's Willamette National Forest, Lost Lake begins to drain down naturally occurring lava tubes. A six foot wide lava tube hole was featured in this 2015 video from The Bulletin, which notes, "The w...

The tree that grows 40 different kinds of fruit

When artist and professor Sam Van Aken was a kid, he first saw the process of bud or chip grafting trees, adding a budding branch to a host tree so that they join together. At the time, he thought it was "Dr. Seuss an...

A Forest Year: Time lapse videos of Earth’s cycle of the seasons

Watch the seasons change in this 15 month time lapse made from 40,000 still images, via GrrlScientist: A Forest Year by videographer Samuel Orr. During a stay in a remote Indiana cabin, while on location to work o...

The Westerly Morris Men celebrate the vernal equinox

Every year, regardless of weather, the Westerly Morris Men celebrate the vernal equinox and the first day of spring with a pre-dawn hike up to the summit of Lantern Hill in North Stonington, ...

Reasons for the Seasons – TED Ed

Excellent for all ages: TED Ed’s Reasons for the Seasons. Why do some regions experience full-time heat while others are reckoning with frigid temperatures and snow? And why are the seasons reversed in the tw...

Travel through Greenland on a dog sled

With a pack of impatient dogs barking that they’re ready to go, travel through Greenland on a dog sled, a mode of transport that is thousands of years old. In the archives: more animals in the snow.

Dance of the Honey Bee – A documentary short film

Dance of the Honey Bee, via AbelCine, is a visually rich documentary short film by Director of Photography and beekeeper Peter Nelson. During the film, narrator Bill McKibben of 350.org explains what he loves and admi...

In search of water on Mars – Seasonal dark streaks on the Red Planet

Watch the spring thaw of seasonal dry ice (frozen carbon dioxide) on Mars, brought to us by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Related update, September 2015: From The New York Times, "Researchers studying the surfac...

Frazil ice in Yosemite National Park

What is frazil ice? During summer, tourists start to visit America’s natural wonders like Yosemite National Park. But summertime isn’t the only good time of year to see nature in all of its glory… c...

To Spring (1936)

To Spring, a Harman and Ising cartoon made in 1936 for Metro Goldwyn Mayer. I loved this cartoon when I was a kid. The colors. The rhymes and music. The saga. Time to pass it along…  Upda...