Take time to check for ticks!
|As the weather warms and families spend more time outdoors, don’t forget to check for ticks.
All tick bites should be taken seriously because ticks a...|
Student archers compete in NASP tournament
|Devin Sobotka of Lincoln, Neb., Southeast High School set a state record with 290 points at the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) state t...|
Don't invite a bear to a birdseed party
|Now that spring has arrived, bears and other wildlife on the move, even though it’s still cold outside. Daylight hours have increased which mea...|
|This spring, people interested in American Bald Eagles are seeing an interesting, true to nature life lesson as a pair of nesting bald eagles are be...|
Youth hunt starts with a squirrel, ends with fun
|The eye contact with the frantic gray squirrel seemed frozen in time. The squirrel had been knocked from his perch in a scaly bark hickory by one of...|
The Great Backyard Bird Count
|Plan now to get involved with the 16th annual Great Backyard Bird Count. It’s a 4-day event that engages bird watchers of all ages in counting birds...|
A great first turkey
|November 18 dawned as a cold winter morning in Texas. It was just 32 degrees outside, and Trey and his dad Gregg Fuller were hunting together.
Fall family project—Building a Deer Blind
|Hunting together as a family, whether for deer or bison or mastodon, used to be all about the meat. But today, hunting is also about parents a...|
Chipmunks - cute, but...pesky
|You are sitting on your porch enjoying an early fall sunset, or maybe an early morning sunrise, when the silence is interrupted by a rather sharp “c...|
Jamie Gray—From BB gun competition to Olympic gold
|Previous failure can sometimes manifest in doubt. For Jamie Gray, it served as motivation recently on the world’s biggest sports stage, the Olympics...|
Gopher tortoise burrows—safe places for many creatures
|In the Southeastern United States, gopher tortoise burrows are wonderful, important critters.
That’s because as many as 360 species of animals may vi...|
Indiana Jones? Nope, Indiana bat!
|Before last month, the last time an Indiana bat had been seen in Georgia, Lyndon Baines Johnson was president.
That footnote changed April 14 when p...|