Monday, May 23, 2022

Julie Geiss dives into bobcat research after discovering there's one sniffing around in the woods near her home. 
Ansel's Cave Trail

The West Woods in Russell Township is 902 acres of golden autumn beauty with many miles of trails to explore.

Julie Geiss reminds us that our national treasure is the collective group of veterans that have defended our freedom across the globe.
deer rub

From a young age, scouting walks have taught Julie Geiss' sons to study the habits and changing travel patterns of deer in preparation for hunting season.
Pawpaw tree

Julie Geiss and her family made it home safely after their trip through Paw Paw, West Virginia, with a new goal of finding and eating pawpaws.
Jordan Creek Park

Jordan Creek Park in Concord Township, Ohio offers visitors the perfect combination of nature and play with climbing walls, a zip line and more.
Ohio forest

Forest bathing allows people to absorb the forest atmosphere, which can have both psychological and physical health benefits.

Julie Geiss and her family visit Winslow Hill elk viewing area to watch Pennsylvania's elk herd roam near Benezette, Pennsylvania.
Council Rock

Julie Geiss shares the tale of Council Rock in Mill Creek Park and remarks on the area's rich Native American history and availability of natural resources.
grey squirrel

Julie Geiss uses both folklore and science to make a winter weather prediction. Learn more about her observations and what kind of winter she anticipates.