Sunday, April 22, 2018
Bird at feeder

We feed birds because we enjoy seeing them in our backyards, why not make our efforts a bit more worthwhile by participating in Project FeederWatch.
Fall leaves

October is the heart and soul of fall, and it brings with it nature's best and worst. Enjoy it while it lasts.

Match your favorite birds to their favorite foods and feeders to ensure an enjoyable winter feeding season.
Bird at bird feeder

Preliminary results from a recent survey show 40 percent of the U.S. population enjoyed some form of wildlife-related recreation in 2016.

When you live in the midst of woods and old fields, critters often stop by unexpectedly.

Blooming goldenrod is turning old fields into oceans of yellow. And orb-weaving spiders are hard to miss in these very same fields.

Directed by Jeff Orlowski, written by Mark Malone, and backed by National Geographic, Chasing Ice shows irrefutable evidence that global climate change.

Rails, gallinules, and coots live amid the dense vegetation that surrounds lakes, swamps, and marshes. Most species are seldom noticed.

If you love blue jays, offer whole, in-shell peanuts. As long as peanuts are available, jays keep coming.

Much of what we know about monarch migration originates with the citizen science program called Monarch Watch.
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