Oneness With Nature
Give a Shift About Nature posted this unique look at the way we share our life's blood with the natural world, almost without knowing.
Freshwater fish extinction is threatening so many species that things could get bleak without intervention.Read the entire article right here.
Build a Wood Duck Box!
From the Ducks Unlimited website, a list of all the materials and instructions to make a wood duck a home!
Mad Honey is Real
Were you aware that honey exists that can make you hallucinate?
Be Fish Friendly!
Orvis has wisely posted an obviously well thought out fishing tip for us as anglers! It is necessary that we not only fight for our outdoors in ways that keep our environment clean, but also by caring for the animals that we hunt and fish for future generations. Photo graphic by Les Booth via Orvis
That's Not Santa Watching You
"Cell Phone Tracking Analysis Shows Where Florida Springbreakers and New Yorkers Fleeing Coronavirus Went to Next"
EcoWatch recently published this piece that not only shows how blatantly followed we are, but how excruciatingly sad the higher reasoning is for some human beings in a time of crisis.
Big Brother is laughing right now.
The Frozen Leaves
When a sudden November dastardly freeze
brings a dead-stop to the production of leaves.
Waiting and wanting to break out the skates.
We beg for the ice of December, oh please.
The Wild Horses of Assateague
After having these beautiful wild horses visit our campsite, I can only wonder now how they are fairing against the ferocity of hurricane Dorian.
The Bat House
I've been drawn to the outdoors since I was a child--fishing and hunting; observing the woods and waterways. A few years back, I submitted an essay I’d written to the Genesee Valley Penny Saver. “A Walk in Clarkson” was published and a writing career