Saturday, June 19, 2021
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Julie Geiss shares some recent experiences with nature that have mesmerized her and her children.

In early spring, if your daily travels take you along a stream that meanders through a wet meadow, you might notice skunk cabbage growing through the snow.

If you need a feather fix until cold winter weather really sets in, try some of Scott Shalaway's suggestions for online birding.

Here are some book titles worthy of consideration for nature-loving family and friends on your holiday gift list.

Judith Sutherland reminds us that nature is so filled with amazing, incredible forces that we so often barely notice.

Judith Sutherland urges us to enjoy the open horizon, sunrise to sunset, and plant a flower or two while we can.

Centipedes and millipedes are harmless invertebrates that occasionally occur indoors, but seldom warrant chemical control.

The voices of owls and frogs subside in September, allowing insect sounds to dominate. Learn more about what to listen for on late summer nights.

Did you know many songbirds travel at night during migration? Scott Shalaway offers insight on how and why birds migrate south for the winter.

Since his wife brought home that spectacular eastern Hercules beetle he described in his column a few weeks ago, Scott Shalaway has embraced beetlemania.