How many species of owl take up residence in Pennsylvania? Are any of Pennsylvania's owls considered endangered? Join us as we discuss owl habitat, nesting, and the most common owl to find in the keystone state.
Image by y Jörg Vieli
Join us as we discuss Penn State Extension's upcoming webinar series entitled "Woods in Your Backyard" The webinar is designed for homeowners who want to manage their woodlots with conservation and stewardship in mind.
By enhancing or creating natural areas and woodland, landowners can:
What's the deal with antlers? Are antlers and horns the same thing? Ever heard of antler hunts? Join us as we discuss all things related to antlers.
Did you know that one of the largest companies (by revenue) worldwide has made a concerted effort to conserve 1 acre of land for every acre it develops? Since 2005, Walmart Inc. has partnered with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to conserve nearly 1.5 million acres across the United States. Listen in to find out how Walmart has conserved vital ecosystems right here in Pennsylvania and in nearby New York.
Susquehanna County NRCS has a new addition to its staff! Jen Nelson has a diverse background in organics, equine farm management, and has even had an avocado grove! Listen in as she discusses her background, hobbies, and what she looks forward to most as she steps into this new role.
It's the Christmas Episode! - Holly and Chestnuts (or just skip to the end and find out how to win some $$$)
Biologists are fighting to reverse one of the most devastating population declines to afflict North America’s wildlife, and you just might have the solution.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the White-nose Syndrome Response Team are seeking the help of ordinary citizens, innovative scientists and novel problem-solvers to leave no stone un-turned in the search for a permanent solution.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced a $100,000 challenge to combat the fungus that causes white-nose syndrome. Awards of up to $20,000 are available for individuals or teams who identify innovative ways to permanently eradicate, weaken, or disarm the fungus.
Additional information regarding rules and eligibility is available at www.whitenosesyndrome.org and on www.challenge.gov.
The corvid family consists of nutcrackers, jackdaws, ravens, crows, jays, magpies, ground jays and treepies. They are a ridiculously intelligent group of birds that make a lot of noise but go relatively unnoticed by the average person. Learn about their habits, their ability to recognize faces, and so much more.
Get your tickets for the Pollinator Movie coming to Binghamton!
Do you recycle? There is no better time than now to recycle. Learn some interesting facts about waste and how we can reduce the amount of waste going to landfills.
Photo taken by Jason Hollinger
It's the last blooming shrubby tree in the woods. Find out who pollinates it, how far it shoots seeds, and who in the world still uses it for medicinal and cosmetic purposes.