Great horned owls along with other members of the owl tribe are gifted with adaptive traits beyond their acute senses.
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.
I grew up in the shade of elm trees that arched magnificently across the suburban street where I lived as a young boy. Then, one by one they began to die.
Make sure to enter Don’s “Name these fish” contest (see details in this article). Deadline: November 30th!
Christine Thomas reveals her secret life as a poacher, “stealing” moments of joy from the country around her.
Despite their “refined” eating habits, vultures have traits that endear us.
On cool September mornings, dew reveals the intricate weavings of spiders.
Monarchs are children of the sun. The boldness of Sol this summer has energized their life cycle.
Wins and losses are inevitable for any gardener. This growing season has made the effort seem particularly worthwhile. By George Knowles
Each season in the garden is filled with anticipation and regret. Late summer is no exception. By Liz Knowles
Nighttime flyers with a sweet tooth! (ironic considering they have no teeth at all!). If you plan to host a dinner party for them, a mélange of sugary foods and alcohol is called for.
Christine Thomas reflects on the journey from city to country and the wonderful people met along the way.
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