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A Winter Walk

December 28, 2013 Bundle up. Coat, hat, mittens, scarf. Don’t take your camera. Stuff your hands in your pockets and leave them there, after you’ve tied your boots of course. more »»

Don’t Feed The?Ducks

December 28, 2013 I know that you all think that I have always been a very careful conservator of nature. How wrong you are. I remember an incident when I was first married. more »»

CWC Expands Lakefront Preserve

December 22, 2013 The Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy, with funds from its members and support of The Lenna Foundation, has purchased a 0. more »»

Snowy Owls For The Solstice

December 21, 2013 Snowy Owls have swept in from a part of the world with no sun to celebrate the shortest day of the year with us. more »»

What Fed?On A Dead Baby Kit Fox?

December 21, 2013 During a trip to the Adirondack Mountains in New York State in late July this year I discovered an intact dead kit fox at the edge of the woods in the back yard of the cabin friends let my wife and ... more »»

Everything Is Connected

December 14, 2013 This past weekend my friend Tara spoke about the recent death of South African President Nelson Mandela. In honor of his life, Tara introduced me to the concept of “Ubuntu. more »»

Finding Warmth For The Winter

December 14, 2013 As I prepare myself for a late fall hike, I don my long underwear, liner socks, wool socks, turtleneck, sweater and pants, to be followed by a scarf, boots, cap, neck warmer, heavy coat and gloves. more »»

Nature Books As Christmas Gifts

December 14, 2013 “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, everywhere you go.” I have visited three local book stores to see what is available. It’s a tough job, but somebody has to do it. Tee, hee, he. more »»

The Other Long Point

December 8, 2013 I love Long Point State Park on Chautauqua Lake. It has been the venue for many of my outdoor adventures, especially during the winter month. more »»

Birding In The Winter

December 7, 2013 The idea of a national bird count dates back to the late 1800s when individuals would participate in a holiday tradition called the Christmas “Side Hunt. more »»

Nuts?About Nuts

December 7, 2013 Since tree nuts and peanuts contain numerous minerals, vitamins, protein, fiber and unsaturated fat, they are considered a healthy nutritious food. more »»

Black Friday. Cyber Monday. #GivingTuesday?

December 1, 2013 As Thanksgiving has passed and the holidays continue, we are constantly being reminded of the sales, deals and bargains that have become a part of the holiday season. more »»

A Holiday?Treat

November 30, 2013 Every once in a while, a project that is so full of creativity and so fun to work on comes up that makes Audubon employees look forward to going to work each morning. more »»

Rejoice —Ducks Are Back!

November 30, 2013 Ducks are awesome. We, in Chautauqua County, are so fortunate to have fabulous locations to view them. more »»

Giving Thanks Throughout Changing Times

November 24, 2013 With the Thanksgiving holidays coming up, I am reminded of the many riches this country offers, and how truly thankful I am to experience the bounty offered to me during my lifetime. more »»

From The Heart

November 23, 2013 I can make an evergreen wreath from the boughs that I collect in my backyard. I add in other items to dress it up and it is a one-of-a-kind holiday decoration. more »»

What’s So Special About An Alpaca?

November 23, 2013 On a recent trip to the alpaca farm of Cheryl and Patrick Burns on Big Tree Road in the town of Busti I learned about alpacas. Mrs. more »»

Treasure Hunting

November 17, 2013 Two cars pulled up and out piled a handful of people ranging in age from grandparents to elementary school kids. more »»

Treasure Hunts

November 16, 2013 Walking the shoreline of a lake or ocean is an activity done with my head down. With great expansive views of the water, I find myself more interested in the treasures at my feet. more »»

The Plovers, Turnstones And Very Rare Northern Lapwing

November 16, 2013 Let’s learn about the family Charadriiadae, which includes some of the shorebirds. They are lapwings, plovers, turnstones and killdeer. more »»

 
 
 

 

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