Saturday, April 20, 2019
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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.

It's called Gyotaku, the art of transferring the image of a caught fish to a printable material.

Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned bird watcher, you’re likely to encounter some of these common problems at your bird feeder. Learn how to fix them.

If you've ever seen what you thought was a miniature kangaroo hopping across a grassy field, you weren't seeing things — it was a jumping mouse.

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.
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