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Hawks overhead

by Liz Magnanti Over the past year, the hobby of backyard bird feeding has really taken flight. With so many people now working from home,

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Miracle monarchs

September is a key time to see one the most interesting animals in our region—the monarch butterfly. The monarch makes an amazing migration down to

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Attracting birds 101

COVID-19 has had a huge impact on people across the globe and locally. People are spending more time at home, and in turn, have developed

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Spring migrants

by Liz Magnanti Male indigo bunting. Photo courtesy Flickr: Kelly Colgan Azar Mornings are starting to fill with the sounds of spring, and birds are

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Winter birds

Every year, as the days grow shorter and the nights get colder, it amazes me how animals can survive the winters we have here. Although

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The Marvel of Migration

by Liz Magnanti The four major migration routes in North America. Image courtesy U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service The days are getting shorter, the temperatures

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Don’t Get Ticked

by Lyn Chimera Appearance and relative sizes of adult male and female, nymph, and larval ticks (Ixodes scapularis). Photo courtesy U.S. federal government Center for

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