Monday, July 23, 2018

If you are just developing an interest in nature, easy-to-use Golden Guides will point you in the right direction.
giant silk moth

It's the season to enjoy large, winged creatures on the back porch. Silk moths are large, beautiful, and relatively uncommon.

Learn more about Erica McAlister, author of the recent book, The Secret Life of Flies (2017, Firefly Books, $29.95).
fishing pole

Most anglers are dedicated conservationists, but some are serious litterbugs. They need to stop littering waterways with used fishing line.
Baltimore oriole

Scott Shalaway shares his favorite birds of the spring migration.

Not all blackbirds are black. Red-winged blackbirds and brightly colored orioles are members of the blackbird family.

Last year Wildlife Services killed 2,307,122 problem animals. It dispersed another 34,465,659. By species, here’s a partial list of animals killed for 2017.

In honor of Earth Day, Scott Shalaway has compiled a few thoughts from some of the great minds of our time for the rest of us to ponder.
red winged black bird

Learning to identify birds by their voices is a great way to improve your confidence in your knowledge of nature.
wood frog

It's a little early to hear bullfrogs and toads, but wood frogs always get a head start on spring.
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