Not long ago, the conservation community became aware of a new danger for birds – the open vertical pipes that are all around us.
Clean Air and Clean Water
As we go about our daily lives, it’s easy to take for granted the clean air and clean water around us.
MULCH YOUR KITCHEN SCRAPS
Are you sending vegetable peels and egg shells down through the disposal of your kitchen’s sink? Are you putting those banana peels and coffee grounds…
You’ve probably heard the expression Reduce, Reuse and Recycle when referring to minimizing what goes into our garbage cans and eventually the landfill.
The Wild Hog, also known as the Feral Hog or Wild Pig, is a blend of the Eurasian Wild Boar, which was introduced in the U.S. over 400 years ago
LET SAWTIMBER-SIZED TREES LIVE
Wood products from timber can be one of the top industries around the country where many species of owls occur.
Attend a Christmas Bird Count
The Christmas Bird Count, or “the Count,” is the longest continuously running citizen science project in the world.
Each year, urban homeowners put millions of bags of leaves and pine straw out at the curb to be hauled off by the city.
After crude oil, what do you think the next most sought-after commodity is in the world? Maybe gold, sugar, corn, or natural gas? No, none of these.
Scavengers are often the Rodney Daingerfields of the animal world in that they don’t get much respect. Many people don’t appreciate the…
FEATHERS AND OTHER BIRD PARTS ARE FULLY PROTECTED
It’s tempting to pick up that roadkill owl or that window-kill hawk and keep it. Some might even think about calling their local taxidermist asking for a…
READ MORE ABOUT YOUR NEIGHBORS
Are you looking for new reading material? Read about our native birds, plants, and other species that surround you. Get to know your neighbors including owls.