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The USDA announced that approved applicants will be allowed to remove up to five black vultures in Ohio.

Killdeer are shorebirds, but many live in farm fields with short vegetation. They are relentless in protecting their nests and use a few tactics to do so.

February to March is an ideal time to look for deer antler sheds. Learn more about deer habits during winter to improve your odds of finding antler sheds.

As spring inches closer, Julie Geiss' son dreams up elaborate plans for a pigeon loft, enchanted by stories of how carrier pigeons were used during war.

Central State University extension will host a Preventing Deer Damage program from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., Feb. 24, at CSU-Xenia, 334 Progress Drive, Suite 100.

Squirrels are considered tremendous assets to the environment. Ohio is home to the Eastern gray, Eastern fox, red squirrel and Southern flying squirrel.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt brings readers another comical installment in her ongoing series titled "Nature is Not To Be Trusted."

Learn how to find and identify different types of birds in Ohio and get started birding regardless of the season.

Julie Giess ponders how rare it is to see a snowy owl in the wild following a sighting along the bank of the Grand River recently.

Can woolly bears predict a bad winter? Do cows lie down before rain? Does a large spider web mean cold weather? Find out if the folklores are true.