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New York has more nature symbols than bluebird

August 9, 2008 Many of us know that the Eastern Bluebird is the New York state bird, but what about other living things that represent our state? I thought it would be interesting to list some plants and animals... more »»

Audubon News

August 2, 2008 “These bees are huge! They are almost the size of my thumb and hundreds of them are all over my garage! What are they?” I started getting calls like this a couple of years ago. more »»

Albinism is everywhere

August 2, 2008 This is probably one of the toughest weeks I have had to determine the topic for this articl. more »»

Star watch

July 27, 2008 Editor’s note: This monthly guide to the stars is from the Marshall Martz Memorial Astronomical Association, the Southern Tier Astronomy Recreation Society, and The OBSERVE. more »»

Audubon News

July 26, 2008 Art in the Woods will be held Aug. 9 and 10 at the Audubon Center and Sanctuary, indoors and outdoors, rain or shine. more »»

Wildlife is observed everywhere in Chautauqua County

July 26, 2008 How many times do you really look around at the wildlife in your neighborhood? Probably with few exceptions, we are all fortunate to have a world of living things surrounding us. more »»

Readers continue to submit photographs

July 19, 2008 Every once in a while, the opportunity arrives for me to provide an article based upon the great number of pictures and ideas I receive from many of you. Counting e-mails and U.S. more »»

Audubon News

July 19, 2008 “We make a living by what we do, but we make a life by what we give.” Winston Churchill was onto something there, imagine that. Day in and day out we fulfill our obligations to our work. more »»

Audubon News

July 12, 2008 I dearly wish I could remember the French name for the philosophy because the English translation is unwieldy: Eat the View. more »»

Pay attention to mushrooms and toadstools

July 12, 2008 As the summer season passes by, we see many of nature’s changes occurring. Young birds appear in and out of nests. Juvenile squirrels and other mammals show up in our yards and near our bird feeder. more »»

Joy can be found in observing mammals of North America

July 5, 2008 Upon examining the many photographs I have in my possession, I noticed the excellent variety of mammal pictures that have been provided to me or taken by me. more »»

Audubon News

July 5, 2008 “Will it bite me?” is one of the most frequently heard phrases at Audubon Day Camp, at least for the first few years. more »»

Nature provides various rare sightings

June 28, 2008 Living in our county can be a great experience with our geographic phenomena. more »»

Audubon News

June 28, 2008 Not everything that buzzes is a bee. Even some of the buzzers that look like bees may just be faking it. more »»

Youngsters gaining ground in hunting laws

June 22, 2008 Kids have been in the forefront of this column lately, which is a good thing, because kids are the future of our outdoor sports. more »»

County is treasure of geological history

June 21, 2008 Our county is not only a treasure of plant and animal life, but also a treasure of geological history, as demonstrated by the photographs and reports I receive from many of yo. more »»

The July skies

June 21, 2008 Editor’s note: This monthly guide to the stars is from the Marshall Martz Memorial Astronomical Association, the Southern Tier Astronomy Recreation Society, and The Post-Journal and OBSERVER. more »»

Audubon News

June 21, 2008 I picked a baby groundhog off the edge of the road the other day. It was really skinny and looked to be about five or six weeks old. It was tiny, it fit in one hand. more »»

It’s time for juvenile animals to appear

June 14, 2008 As the weather increases in temperature, and the length of days gets longer, nature arranges for the appearance of new life. more »»

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June 14, 2008 I know it’s not officially summer yet. But you could have fooled me last weekend. The sun was hot, there were a million things going on, from graduation parties to rib fests to picnics. more »»



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