Monday, April 23, 2018
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Learning to identify birds by their voices is a great way to improve your confidence in your knowledge of nature.

The first hints of migration appeared when a few turkey vultures sailed over Scott Shalaway's house. Since then early migrants have continued to return.

Canada geese can be encouraged to abandon the pond, yard, golf course or park by implementing multiple strategies in a rotation before nests are built.

The Wildlife Society recently released some short summaries of wildlife research that provide food for thought.

Now is the time to build or buy nest boxes so birds have time to accept them as part of their habitat. Follow these tips and tricks to get it right.

If you start feeding birds in the winter do you have to continue to do so? The simple answer is "no."

Kinglets winter across the lower 48 states, but some golden crowns remain as far north as Maine and northeastern Canada.

Individual nature lovers around the world have joined forces to celebrate the "Year of the Bird" and commit to protecting birds for the next hundred years.

To attract birds to your feeder, you have to consider the seed you’re using, the type of feeder you have and what water sources are available.

If you're seeing gulls this winter, it's probably cold, you're probably a few miles from a lake or river and there's probably an open dumpster nearby.
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