Tuesdays are about nature on Northern Community Radio. Our Phenology Talkbacks segment is the time of the week when we share what listeners have been noticing outside. This week, Ed Dallas reported from a home on the north shore of Great Slave Lake... musk oxen, frogs, and dragon flies were among his oberservations. Also in this segment, John Latimer dives deep into how caterpillars protect themselves and the architectual phenomenon that is the web of the orb weaver spider. Did you know that even though an orb spider can only see an inch or so in front of it, if an insect lands far from the spider on the web, the spider can scurry across the web to its prey based on the vibrational clues felt in its legs? Pretty cool.