Notes from the Wild
WrensAug 30, 2011 | | Environment
Both male and female wrens generate a potpourri of chatter – a profusion of messaging rivaling the texting of human teenagers.
Micro – cosmos in your yardAug 23, 2011 | | Blogs | Environment
Many new point-and-shoot cameras have a macro focus function, allowing you to take close-up photos of miniature creatures.
Caterpillars & ButterfliesJul 25, 2011 |
Most butterfly caterpillars will mature and form chrysalides within two or three weeks.
Luna MothsJun 8, 2011 |
If you have seen a luna moth recently in Headwaters please let us know.
Fishers have been Lured SouthMay 3, 2011 | | Environment
Fishers are said to attack porcupines in a particularly grisly manner.
The Jefferson SalamanderApr 5, 2011 |
The Jefferson salamander is a cause célèbre locally because of its very restricted range in Canada.
MerlinsMar 14, 2011 |
Merlins in Caledon would have been almost unthinkable 25 years ago. At that time, except on migration, Merlins seldom strayed south of the lakes and forests of the Canadian Shield.
Great Horned OwlsFeb 14, 2011 | | Environment
Great horned owls along with other members of the owl tribe are gifted with adaptive traits beyond their acute senses.
Winter Bird CountingJan 17, 2011 | | Environment
The Christmas Bird Count is an annual tradition that entices naturalists to down steaming cups of pre-dawn coffee and then head out birding at first light.
Brook TroutNov 3, 2010 |
Make sure to enter Don’s “Name these fish” contest (see details in this article). Deadline: November 30th!