Tuesday, April 13, 2021
grey fox

Scientists are extremely interested in sightings of the elusive gray fox because their population is declining in the Midwest. Find out how you can help.
Saugeye

The open water below flood control dams offers a good chance to catch saugeye, especially if a rain increases flow and adds a little color to the water.
chickadee

A group of birdwatchers made a little local history, doing the Christmas bird count in a circle based in Canton for the first time in 70 years.
wild hog

For the past six years, federal and state programs have enabled drone surveillance, sharpshooters in helicopters and high-tech traps to manage feral pigs.
Hunters

Ohio's deer population is just right, according to the latest Ohio Division of Wildlife survey. Find out what goes into managing Ohio's deer populations.
Bobcat

Scientists have determined that there are now two resident bobcat populations in Ohio after nearly 100 years of scarcity.
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.