Brood X is on its way! Will your area see an emergence of cicadas? What do they even look like? Where did they come from? Join us as we discuss all things cicadas this week on the Conservation Corner.
Hey, it's spring! The turkeys are talking and so are we. Listen in as we discuss some physical characteristics, what turkeys eat depending on the season, turkey calls, reproduction, population issues, and changes to the hunting season.
Article published by Mary Jo Casalena - Pennsylvania Game Commission Wild Turkey Biologist
Ever wonder about Arbor Day? Who set aside this day? Why do we celebrate tall plants? What good are trees anyway? Join us as we discuss these topics and more!
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For thousands of years, two fish species have been making an extraordinary trip from the Atlantic Ocean to the Susquehanna River where they venture to tributaries and feeder streams throughout the northern tier. Unfortunately, the construction of river dams has limited an important part of both species life cycle. Join us as we discuss the natural history of the American Shad and the American Eel and find out what progress has been made to re-connect these species to the Upper Susquehanna Watershed.
With spring in the air (at least some days), we thought we’d discuss a couple of interesting early spring flowers that you might be able to spot on a walk or maybe even while doing some early season yard work right in your own backyard. Join us as we discuss Skunk Cabbage, Yellow Trout Lily, Bloodroot, and Coltsfoot.