Young Bucks Outdoors

A new tool to kill the water killers

A new tool to kill the water killers

By Buckmasters Online

Revolutionary new method joins the fight against invasive mussels. For almost three decades now, conservationists in states with massive lake and river water resources have lost the battle against two invasive mussels—the quagga and the zebra. Since spring arrived and recreational boaters and water users are putting their boats into the water, Utah is bringing an imp...

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Know the facts about orphaned and injured wildlife

Know the facts about orphaned and injured wildlife

By Ohio Department of Natural Resources

Photo: We’re not lost. Mom knows where we are. A baby bird has tumbled from its nest. A young white-tailed deer is discovered at the base of a tree. A nest of immature rabbits calls a suburban yard home. These are all common situations humans experience when wildlife reproduction peaks in the spring. Each situation has a natural solution, and professional interventi...

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YBO Critter Tales

Are you ready for the BIG Buzz?
Are you ready for the BIG Buzz?

By Buckmasters Online

The cicadas are coming! The cicadas are coming! Photo: Brood X, a 17-year periodical cicada is due to emerge by the millions. Sometime between early May and early July 2021, large areas of the Eastern United States will be filled with the b... READ MORE


Is your birdfeeder a super spreader?
Is your birdfeeder a super spreader?

By Buckmasters Online

Prevent bird diseases and save bird lives by frequently cleaning your feeders. Photo: Clean nectar feeders each time you refill them to keep hummingbirds healthy. This spring, take the time to clean your bird feeders to prevent the spread o... READ MORE


The other 364 days: Real lives of reindeer
The other 364 days: Real lives of reindeer

By U.S. Geological Survey

Caribou, North America’s wild reindeer, have lives apart from their famous Christmas Eve role. Photo: Early in winter a mama caribou teaches her calf how to dig for lichen. In early winter, snow is a few inches deep, but later will be... READ MORE


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