Sunday, May 28, 2023
European ecological forestry

Jim Gresh and his wife, Heidi, are using a technique called European ecological forestry to enhance the biodiversity and habitat within their Ohio forests.
Sedosa the Harris's hawk

The Ohio School of Falconry conducted a program on the sport of falconry at the Beaver Creek Wildlife Education Center's 20th Anniversary Bash.

The management of fish species in any body of water depends on determining how old the fish are, and whether their growth rates are good for their age. 
lake trout

Lake Erie Coldwater Task Group is working to restore Lake Erie's once-prolific lake trout, which were decimated by pollution, overfishing and parasites.
trumpeter swans

Hundreds of acres, riddled with the refuse of a manufacturing facility, have been successfully converted into Mayor William J. Robertson Nature Preserve.
Dan Wright

The efforts of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife make walleye and saugeye fishing at inland lakes across Ohio possible.
Beekeeper Dave Noble

Red Beard Bees includes 65 colonies, or hives, in the Whitehall suburb of Columbus where owner Dave Noble lives.

Killdeer are shorebirds, but many live in farm fields with short vegetation. They are relentless in protecting their nests and use a few tactics to do so.
Southern flying squirrel

Squirrels are considered tremendous assets to the environment. Ohio is home to the Eastern gray, Eastern fox, red squirrel and Southern flying squirrel.
decoy ducks

Vic Sutek of Columbiana County is just as passionate about duck hunting at 63 as he was at 18. Only one thing has changed — no more plastic decoys.