No binoculars in computer birding
If you need a feather fix until cold winter weather really sets in, try some of Scott Shalaway's suggestions for online birding.
Wonder why birds of a feather flock together?
Learn how birds benefit from flocking together in Scott Shalaway's column this week.
What’s a yellow-bellied sapsucker?
Scott Shalaway offers insight on yellow-bellied sapsuckers. Find out what type of birds they are, what they look like, where they live and what they eat.
Animal tails are fascinating and vital
Animal tails come in a variety of forms and serve various functions. Scott Shalaway shares information about a few different kinds of animal tails.
Walk in the woods provides Christmas Eve to remember
Scott Shalaway recalls a walk in the woods he took with his wife and daughters in 1993 on Christmas Eve.
A birder’s poem for Christmas
In his column this week, Scott Shalaway shares his Christmas poem and suet recipe.
Think twice before giving pets as gifts
Is the winter holiday season really the best time to take on a new pet? Scott Shalaway helps you weigh the pros and cons of giving a pet as a gift.
Books for the nature lovers on your list
Here are some book titles worthy of consideration for nature-loving family and friends on your holiday gift list.
Don’t blink: Turkeys have incredible eyesight
Anyone who has ever tried to look at a wild turkey knows they have incredible eyesight. One moment you're looking at one; then you blink, and it's gone.
Is it time for trophy hunting to end?
Like it or not, trophy hunting is legal. In his column this week, Scott Shalaway wonders whether or not it should be.