Friday, May 26, 2017

As spring migrants return slowly in early spring, maybe two or three species per week, it's a great time to learn new bird songs.

With the arrival of spring, ramp and morel hunting is in full swing.

Weasels’ claim to fame as killing machines hardly endear them to many nature watchers, but without them, we might live in a world overrun by rodents.

Although the weather may not show it, spring is coming. Nature's sights, sounds, and smells make spring the most exciting season of the year.

Although cavity-nesting songbirds don't begin nesting until late March or early April, there's no time like the present to build or buy a few nest boxes.

If you can't wait for the nesting season to begin, do the next best thing: fire up the computer, and watch from afar.

Recovering species can be a long, slow process, but that's what makes the process worthwhile. Today, bald eagles nest in all states except Hawaii.

From mid-February through early March, females are in heat. Don't be surprised to see skunks roaming the countryside the next few weeks.

The Great Backyard Bird Count celebrates its 20th anniversary next weekend, Feb. 17-20.

A bird feeder is a window into the world of wild bird behavior. It can entertain and educate curious birdwatchers for hours.
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