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Mammals in winter

January 10, 2009 Most mammals with which we are familiar, such as weasels, fox, muskrats and rabbits, are usually active all winter lon. more »»

Trail cameras capture hidden world at Audubon

January 10, 2009 A glimpse. That’s all you get of most animals while walking through the fores. more »»

Reflecting on our lives is more complicated than nature’s mirror of truth

January 3, 2009 Nature knows not that it is a new year. It is simply another day. A wintry one, cold and without foliage. more »»

Christmas Bird Count has more than 100-year history

January 3, 2009 Most of the birding organizations around the country have, by now, completed or are in the process of completing the 2008 Christmas Bird Count (CBC) data collectio. more »»

Gulls of Chautauqua County

December 13, 2008 I cannot believe I have not written any articles about one of the more abundant species of birds found in our county. more »»

Time spent outdoors can provide cherished memories

December 13, 2008 The red fox kits were not red. They were a mottled tan and black color. more »»

Hibernation and aestevation

December 6, 2008 The season of winter is approaching, as evidenced by the accompanying photo of the accumulation of snow sent to me by Gregg Betts of Cassadaga. more »»

STAR WATCH —The December skies

December 6, 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 OBSERVER. more »»

Sparrows of winter are at our doorsteps

November 22, 2008 I know I have discussed sparrows before. However, I thought it would be an interesting topic to feature the members of this group that visit us during the winter season. more »»

The second-smallest birds in Chautauqua County

November 21, 2008 Can you name the smallest bird in Chautauqua County? Of course. The Ruby-throated Hummingbird. more »»

On the lookout for Western New York waterfowl

November 15, 2008 Each year, the members of the Lake Erie Bird Club conduct a waterfowl trip throughout the Chautauqua County area. This year’s trip was held Saturday, Nov. 8, starting at the Dunkirk Pier. more »»

Families invitedt o Audubon for a homemade holiday

November 15, 2008 “Here, I made this for you.” I love those words. I love that someone would take the time to make something for me. more »»

Leaves have a power all their own in fall

October 11, 2008 By SARAH HATFIELD Leaves crunch under foot, the earliest casualties of the season. Other leaves drift and tumble from above as I meander through the woods. more »»

Sighting adds to rare species report

October 11, 2008 As a member of the Buffalo Ornithological Society, I and other members receive occasional phone calls from the society informing us of rare bird alerts. more »»

Nature provides bounty in late summer

August 30, 2008 As the season approaches fall, we see and hear an arrival of a good number of late summer and early autumn plant and animal specie. more »»

Audubon News

August 30, 2008 The Jamestown Audubon field trip committee organizes some pretty cool trip. more »»

Molting birds pushing up new feathers

August 16, 2008 Late July to early August is a slow birding time. These months are a molting time for many birds. Most adult birds molt their feathers once or twice a year. more »»

Nature symbols of New York state: Part II

August 16, 2008 Last week we discussed animals and plants that are representative of the living things that represent our state. more »»

Audubon News

August 9, 2008 It’s that time of year, or perhaps it’s just that time, when it seems best to measure life in moments rather than minutes or days or hours. Our measures of time are mundane, ordinary, unremarkable. more »»

Live in the moment while summer is here

August 9, 2008 It’s that time of year, or perhaps it’s just that time, when it seems best to measure life in moments rather than minutes or days or hours. Our measures of time are mundane, ordinary, unremarkable. more »»

 
 

 

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