Sunday, January 24, 2021
crappie

Making sure anglers can catch decent-sized crappie is the result of more than 15 years of scientific management to prevent "small crappie syndrome."
wild turkeys

Barb Mudrak traces the history of turkeys in the Ohio Valley back to 6000 BC. Learn how they came to inhabit the area, evolved over time and survive today.
bird feeder

Barb Mudrak shares some tips for feeding birds in the fall from Adam Zorn, the University of Mount Union's Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center's program manager.
blue-winged teal duck

It's no surprise Magee Marsh was named one of the top 10 birding sites in the U.S. Hundreds of species of birds stop there during their spring migration.
Steelhead

Anglers are not the only ones hoping for a "rain event" that will lure steelheads upstream. Steelhead fishing supports many businesses in Ohio and Pa.
spotted lanternflies

Find out what's being done in Ohio to prepare for the potential arrival of the spotted lanternfly and learn more about sightings and how to report them.
gingseng root

Appalachian Ohio's wild ginseng is so highly prized it's called "green gold" in some communities. Barb Mudrak digs deep into the world of ginseng harvesting.
Monarch butterflies

The annual monarch butterfly migration is a natural phenomenon. Learn more about how they survive the long flight to Mexico, Florida and California.
blackburnian warbler

Birds that are getting ready to leave this area, as well as those just passing through, need that extra energy provided by feeders for their long migration.
goose hunting

The early goose season that is going on now in Ohio may be seen by farmers as a chance to get rid of those unwanted guests around the pond.