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Up Close?And?Personal With Fruit Flies

September 14, 2013 This is the time of year when old tomatoes, peaches or spoiling bananas sit on the kitchen counters at home. more »»

Blue-Green Algae

September 8, 2013 “It’s always something,” the late Gilda Radner’s hilarious character Roseanne Roseannadanna used to say. It’s always something in the Chautauqua Watershed too. more »»

Visit The Elk?With Audubon

September 7, 2013 Every Discovery Walk at Audubon includes a visit with Liberty, our non-releasable Bald Eagle. The children are always fascinated by her and full of questions. more »»

Rare Sighting Of Sanderling

September 7, 2013 Is the bird in the photo a dunlin? No, the bill is too short, but you’re looking at the same family. Is it a sandpiper? No. Again the bill is too short and it doesn’t curve. more »»

Be A Watershed Defender

September 1, 2013 I’ve spent my whole life exploring nature. Most of my earliest and fondest memories take place outside – collecting ants in jars, flipping rocks in the creek, catching toads and salamanders. more »»

River Cleanup

August 31, 2013 With gloves and old clothes, I arrived with others around 8 a.m. at Buckaloons campground south of Warren, Pa. We fuelled ourselves with donuts and coffee for a trip on the Allegheny River. more »»

Medical Aspects Of Endurance Training For An Ironman Triathlon

August 31, 2013 In the fantasy world, Ironman movies portray a superhero protected by metal armor eager to destroy evil around the world while in a romantic relationship with his boss played by Gwyneth Paltrow,... more »»

A Look At Two Little-Known Trees

August 25, 2013 Finding a plant that is unfamiliar to me is much like stumbling across an unexpected treasure. more »»

Hiking With Grandchildren

August 24, 2013 My father always had a firm belief that nothing provides better family bonding time than communing with the great outdoors. I tend to agre. more »»

Barn Swallows — Not Just In Barns

August 24, 2013 Here is a typical conversation that I have with fellow birders when I’m trying to bird for swallows. “There’s a swallow. There it goes. Here it comes. I wish it would perch someplac. more »»

It’s A Busy Summer At The CWC

August 18, 2013 The Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy has had a very busy summer. more »»

A Royal Celebration

August 17, 2013 Monarch Butterflies are one of the most recognized and least seen butterflies of the year. Their population is at the lowest it has been since scientists found their overwintering grounds in 1976. more »»

Rifles And Shotguns: What’s?The?Difference?

August 17, 2013 Gun ownership in the United States for target shooting and hunting is a freedom appreciated for more than 200 years. more »»

Nature Writing At Chautauqua

August 11, 2013 Sometimes things in your life are so special that you feel like you are living in a dream. This happened to me a few weeks ago at Chautauqua Institution. more »»

Summer Camp For Adults

August 10, 2013 Most of the time I am a grown up. On the outside, I am a woman who is just beginning to realize she is “elderly” to some. I am retired and always on the lookout for the next adventure. more »»

The Speedy Flycatchers

August 10, 2013 The members of the flycatcher family generally have large heads, “whiskers,” and flat bills with wide bases. It must be hard to catch those flying insects. more »»

Disappearing Monarchs

August 4, 2013 You may have noticed that there is nothing to notice this year regarding Monarch Butterflies. You wouldn’t be the only one. more »»

Wild Lawns

August 3, 2013 My walk about the neighborhood with the dog should have been pleasant. Temperature in the 70s, humidity finally gon. more »»

The Daylily Is A Beauty For A Day

August 3, 2013 The daylily, a popular perennial flower in residential gardens and along country roads, blooms for only a single da. more »»

Whitney For Whitney Bay

July 28, 2013 Growing up in this area has made the health and longevity of Chautauqua Lake very important to me. more »»

 
 

 

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