A brown-belted bumblebee buzz pollinates, meaning it shakes to make your blueberries

Double-crested cormorants dive like an otter because they’re not similar enough to a duck

The red milkweed beetle may behave like a pest, but let it eat, coexisting with monarch butterflies

Big enough to be mistaken for a hummingbird, the Nessus Sphinx moth starts as a giant worm

Start meeting some of the city’s littlest wildlife: This week, the humble two-spotted bumblebee