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Who Sleeps Like A Baby?

May 24, 2014 I wish that I could! My problem for the past several years is awakening around 2 a.m. then struggling to fall back asleep again.This bothered me enough to ask my family physician about a remedy. more »»

Caterpillars, Birds, And Trees

May 24, 2014 I recently heard a lecture by Jim McCormac, a biologist with the Ohio DNR. He argued that caterpillars, forest birds, and trees were dependent upon each other for survival. more »»

The Poop On Otters

May 18, 2014 Scat is a funny word. It can be something you yell at a stray cat, or it can refer to nonsensical syllables sung in jazz music. more »»

Passion: It Makes All The Difference

May 17, 2014 Passion can be defined in many ways. The definition that pops up around me the most is “intense enthusiasm: a strong liking or enthusiasm for a subject or activity. more »»

The Falcon Family

May 17, 2014 I’d like to introduce you to the falcon family. Please meet the birds which we might see in our area — the peregrine falcon and American kestrel. more »»

Lawns For The Living

May 11, 2014 Springtime is here, and the backyard beckons. Our lawns and landscapes grow more lush and lovely and greener with each new da. more »»

The Underworld

May 10, 2014 I love this time of year. It is obviously spring, the forest turning from brown to green. Warm days seem as gifts not to be spent inside but outside finding something new each day. more »»

The Compound Archery Bow: An Upgrade To A Classic

May 10, 2014 In the beginning, prehistoric man hunted with stones and wooden spears. Archeologists are not sure when man first used the bow and arrow for hunting, but likely it occurred in Africa. more »»

What Lives In Your Watershed?

May 4, 2014 Last Sunday was a beautiful spring day in the Chautauqua Lake watershed. more »»

Populating Your Life

May 3, 2014 Life is a rocky path at best; never graded, paved or plowed. At times it is a little smoother, other times the gaping holes seem to appear out of nowhere, ready to swallow me whol. more »»

The Ever-Singing Eastern Phoebe

May 3, 2014 My first hearing of the Eastern phoebe was down the road on Route 474, right across from the town barns. The second was around the corner from my home. Finally, I heard it on my own property. more »»

White Pelicans: True Snowbirds

April 27, 2014 Are you a lifelong learner? I am, and whenever I come across something new and amazing, it thrills me to no end. This time, it’s American white pelicans. more »»

Walk Fast, Walk Slow

April 26, 2014 You can walk the same trail at the same time with friends and family and still walk a completely different trail. Everyone brings something different with them. more »»

Where Did Washington, D.C.’s Cherry Blossoms Come From?

April 26, 2014 During late March and early April our nation’s capital, Washington, D.. more »»

A Conservation Success Story

April 20, 2014 The crows were rioting as we walked onto the property. It was hard to hear each other over the racket, and I feared their noise would prevent us from filming our Watershed Defender episode that day. more »»

Costa Rica

April 19, 2014 As the natural world transforms with the changing of the seasons, we recognize the common signs of spring: Tundra Swans passing through on their migration north, Skunk Cabbage poking out of the... more »»

Young Bluebirds Blossom In Spring

April 19, 2014 “A bluebird comes tenderly up to alight And turns to the wind to unruffle a plume, His song so pitched as not to excite A single flower as yet to bloom. more »»

Tourists Of The Feathered Kind

April 13, 2014 There are some things every traveler needs, regardless of where they are. more »»

A Bird In The Hand

April 12, 2014 When I was a child, I thought my family enjoyed playing cruel jokes on me every time we drove along Route 60 on the way to Grandma’s house. “Look at the deer,” they’d say. more »»

Coming Soon To A Garden Near You —Hummingbirds

April 12, 2014 One of the things I look forward to each spring is the northbound migration of ruby-throated hummingbirds. Until 1997, that meant waiting until one showed up at my feeders. more »»

 
 
 

 

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