Thursday, November 21, 2019
Tags Posts tagged with "wildlife"

Tag: wildlife

Like it or not, trophy hunting is legal. In his column this week, Scott Shalaway wonders whether or not it should be.

November may seem a dull and lifeless prelude to a long, uneventful winter, but the struggle for life continues every day.

FeederWatch has become an effective tool for monitoring the distribution and abundance of winter birds that visit feeders. Learn how to get involved.

How good are you at scatology? Naturalist Linda Gilbert will put you to the test Nov. 3 from 2 to 2:45 p.m. at The West Woods Nature Center.

Scott Shalaway defends the outcast wildlife commonly associated with creepy Halloween decorations — bats, spiders and snakes.

Autumn is when deer-vehicle collisions peak. Learn how to be careful on the roadways and avoid collisions with deer.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt is fine with living among wildlife. All she asks is to have peaceful enjoyment of approximately 3,000 square feet inside her home.

Scott Shalaway offers insight on the science that goes into decisions on wildlife management.

Learn how to make any backyard feeding station a success by matching birdseed to specific types of bird feeders.

Scott Shalaway details the history of dragonfly swarm sightings in Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
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