Monday, October 24, 2016

They are among the least conspicuous birds in the deciduous forest, at least visually. Eastern wood-pewees are usually heard before they're seen.

I don’t know if it’s just me, but chipmunks are tough to ignore this year.

They are wild, colorful, and familiar. But nature is unkind to them.

Bullfrogs sing a deep, booming "Jug-o'-rummm!" The sound of a loose banjo string, on the other hand, comes from an amorous male green frog.

With the right combination of foods, feeders and water, a warm weather feeding station can be just as busy as one in mid-winter.

Based solely on my own experience, I suspect most people hate snakes.

When you encounter wildlife, enjoy it from a safe distance.

If the book buying bug bites you as summer approaches, here are some timely titles suitable for this time of year.

Wood thrushes returned the last week in April, so I know spring has officially arrived.

Earlier this week I attended the New River Birding and Nature Festival in southern West Virginia as a speaker and guide.
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