Hunt Wild PA A recent State of the Birds report and Science article reveal that North America has lost nearly 3 billion breeding birds since 1970 – that’s a staggering 29 percent of all birds! The results show tremendous losses across diverse groups of birds and habitats. However, the news is not all bad. Some bird populations, like waterfowl and raptors, have been improving due … Continue reading Birds Are in Trouble. Here’s How You Can Help.
Hunt Wild PA We’re getting really close to the statewide deer archery season opener, which takes place this Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019! It’s time to start thinking about what you’re going to need to have in your backpack before you head into the woods. Pennsylvania Game Commission Shooting Sports Outreach Coordinator Todd Holmes shared ten of the most forgotten items bowhunters can easily forget to … Continue reading Ten Most Forgotten Archery Hunting Items
Originally posted on Freyja's Feathers:
On August 18th, my friend E and I ventured to the Eastern Shore of Virginia for a bird watching adventure. Our first stop was at Kiptopeke State Park before continuing to Eastern Shore National Wildlife Refuge and then the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel Overlook. I discussed our adventure at Kiptopeke in a previous blog post found here, but there… Continue reading Bird Watching Adventure: Eastern Shore National Wildlife Refuge
Originally posted on Bonsai Iterate:
This summer I decided to join a study group set to meet with bonsai artist Sergio Cuan multiple times per year. We do our best to bring at least some trees back each time to make progress in their development with consistent support from the study group artist. Willow leaf oak, summer 2018 One of the trees I worked on… Continue reading Study group magic