Young Bucks Outdoors

Plant a tree or three!

Plant a tree or three!

By Buckmasters Online

Photo: Planting a native tree and practicing proper tree care are things every family can do to observe Arbor Day. – Photo courtesy Missouri Department of Conservation. What’s a little dirt, a shovel and a small native tree between friends or family? It could be Arbor Day, tree-planting time in your area, or you could live in one of many states with a tree restoratio...

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Trail cams to the rescue!

Trail cams to the rescue!

By Buckmasters Online

Throughout the vast 1.5 million-acre Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest in Wisconsin near Lake Superior, conservationist biologists are now using trail cam technology to search for the elusive American marten. Early images reveal the biologists’ combination of bait and ingeniously placed yardsticks that measure and identify American martens will provide the help th...

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YBO Critter Tales

Hey, what’s hoppin’?
Hey, what’s hoppin’?

By Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Wisconsin Frog and Toad Survey

Photo: Frogs like this Blanchard’s cricket frog call as part of their courtship, as an army of volunteers listen for their calls in wetlands, marshes, lakes and rivers. If it’s April in Wisconsin, it’s time to count frogs ... READ MORE


Eeek! It’s a moose!
Eeek! It’s a moose!

By Buckmasters Online

Photo: Where is the best place to see a moose? NOT on a snowmobile trail. Where winter clings to the landscape with heavy snowfalls, in places like Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, snowmobiling is great fun. But that’s not the reason... READ MORE


How do birds stay warm?
How do birds stay warm?

By Buckmasters Online

With freezing, low winter temperatures across much of the county this winter, do you wonder how birds can stay warm in the coldest months? Common redpolls are a great example. These energetic foragers weigh less than 15 grams and can survi... READ MORE


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