Thursday, January 24, 2019
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Species that can adjust to changes in habitat or food availability can thrive. Among the most adaptable species are gray and fox squirrels.

Leaving their West Virginia home behind, Scott Shalaway and his wife received a farewell from the owls in their woods.

Scott Shalaway answers readers who have been wondering why their bird feeders empty so quickly during the winter.

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

“Dunder” and “Blixem” are Dutch for thunder and lightning, so their use is appropriate. The question is how these names morphed to “Donner” and “Blitzen.” 

The first day of winter is defined by the year's shortest day and longest night. The good news is that days get just a bit longer each day thereafter.

The first year to see an Ohio deer harvest total over 10,000 was 1974 when 10,747 were tagged. Hunting in all 88 counties was not permitted until 1979.

Thirty refuges that normally charge entrance fees will offer free admission on special days in 2019.

It's been forecasted that evening grosbeaks would head south in impressive numbers this winter. If you're not familiar with them, you're in for a treat.

Controlled burns on state lands in Pennsylvania are part of a management plan to improve forest health and grasslands.
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