Thursday, October 17, 2019
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Vernal pools provide the perfect conditions for amphibian reproduction and they are about to explode with life. Learn what to look for during late winter.

One of nature’s best shows begins in March — the dance of the woodcock. It is a rite of spring that every birder should experience at least once.

Quicksand forms in an area where soil is very high in sand when the water saturation level makes liquid mud that can trap anything it comes in contact with.

The Clarion River in northwestern Pennsylvania has been voted the state's 2019 River of the Year.

Though the plant world is presently dormant, a variety of animals have already begun a new cycle of life.

To honor the passing of Sue Hubbell, Judith Sutherland reminds us "one need not enjoy rustic living to enjoy the wonders of nature."

Most people don’t even need a straw. We have lips. But if you do need or prefer a straw, you can choose biodegradable paper ones.

The Jefferson Soil and Water Conservation District has been housing a baby hellbender since Aug. 24, 2017. Learn more about its progress over the last year.

Fall is a special time for Scott Shalaway. As his father did with him, he uses all the changes of the season to teach his children and grandchildren.

After nesting, molting is the most important thing birds do. Feathers are critical for survival.
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