Volume 23 Issue 3, Fall 2018 by Sharon Plummer We see them at parks and in our wooded backyards. Just like...
Did you know…..our eastern Gray Squirrels breed twice a year…once in the winter (December – February) and once in the...
This may not have been pre-printed on your calendar but indeed, today is Squirrel Appreciation Day. 🙂 In case you’re...
The next time we have a dusting of snow, take a look for squirrel tracks. This video gives interesting insights into...
Vol. 11 Issue 4, Winter 2006 By Nicole Hamilton Photo by Diane Nastase Most of us are familiar with the...
Vol. 4 Issue 1, Winter 1999 By Gerry Adams My wife and I were doing the annual cleaning of the...
Vol. 1 Issue 1, Spring 1996 If you have a stand of mixed hardwoods on your property or have access...
- Father’s Day Walk at Bles Park Finds a Mississippi Kite
- ADVOCACY ALERT: Protect JK Black Oak from Bypass by Emailing Now or Speaking on June 21
- Birdathon Donations Take Flight
- Bat Monitoring Finds Eight or More Species at JK Black Oak
- Bird Species of Greatest Conservation Need at JK Black Oak
- Elusive Eastern Spadefoots Discovered at JK Black Oak Wildlife Sanctuary
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