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

American Woodcocks like wet woods, moist thickets, and brushy marshes and favors a mix of open fields and forestland.

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

Before the snow starts to fly, take time to plant some native evergreens that will benefit local wildlife and keep your interest this winter.

People in the cities and the country are getting outside. And maybe the whole goal is a cool social media post, but they are out there.

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

Throughout September and October, buckeyes start dropping from mature trees. Learn to collect the perfect seeds and grow your own Ohio Buckeye tree.

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

Diversity combats this struggle, both plant diversity as well as habitat diversity, which in turn will give you wildlife diversity.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park strives to maintain its natural beauty by adopting practices that reduce the park’s environmental footprint.