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Buffers Blossoming On Chautauqua Lake

August 2, 2015 The Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy is delighted to see that landowners are planting or allowing natural vegetative buffers to flourish along much of the Chautauqua Lake shoreline, most of which ar... more »»

You CAN Draw

August 1, 2015 I don’t remember the incident, but the story continues to be told about the day I came home “sick” from the first grade. more »»

Water Flows Miraculously From Faucets

August 1, 2015 “Water, water everywhere ... Water, water everywhere nor any drop to drink,” from “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.” Three-fourths of the Earth’s surface is ocean. more »»

Land And Water Conservation

August 1, 2015 Quiz time — have you ever heard of the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF)? Do you know what it does? If not, read on. more »»

A Perfect Fourth Of July

July 26, 2015 We couldn’t have asked for a better Fourth of July holiday this year. The weather, family, friends, fishing, food, fireworks and a clean lake made it perfec. more »»

Can You Smell That?

July 25, 2015 On July 14, an amazing act of science long in the making took place. A space probe named New Horizons reached Pluto, a space body which was once considered to be the ninth planet in our solar syste. more »»

Mammals On My Mind

July 25, 2015 While vacationing in New Mexico recently, I observed some chipmunks at the top of Sandia Peak in Albuquerque. I knew they couldn’t be eastern chipmunks, but I had no idea what species they might be. more »»

The August Skies

July 25, 2015 Because the planets are continually moving in their orbits, they are visible in different positions in the sky at different times of the year. more »»

Making The Choice For A Better Lake

July 19, 2015 Someone I know has started posting online all of the litter that he picks up. He recently started jogging. The more he moved around town on foot, the more the litter started to irritate him. more »»

Coming Soon: Audubon Days At Panama Rocks

July 18, 2015 OK, I’ll be honest: I don’t often go hiking places where I can’t take my dog. That’s why Panama Rocks fell off my radar. And then for Christmas, I received a season pass. more »»

Avoid Alzheimer’s Disease; Eat Apples, Curry And Walnuts

July 18, 2015 Medical research over the past 50 years has concluded that consumption of plenty of fruits, vegetables and nuts while limiting calories, exercising regularly and challenging one’s mind promotes... more »»

A Bird’s Eye View Of Summer Reading

July 18, 2015 Whether on a beach, a cabin back porch, or even a hammock at home, nothing beats relaxing with an entertaining book on summer vacatio. more »»

Amazing Experiences

July 12, 2015 The owl twitched and glared at me with his deranged countenance as I swept out his cage with a hand broom like I’d done many times before. This owl had always made me uncomfortable. more »»

Butterflies Of Summer

July 11, 2015 Summer is the time of odd sounding questions in my world. more »»

New Mexico: The Land Of Enchantment

July 11, 2015 My wife and I recently enjoyed eight days visiting friends in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Jan Brydon and Terry Canup promised to show us some of their favorite places and feed us great food. more »»

Fire In The Twilight

July 5, 2015 “The firefly’s flame is something for which scientists have no name. I can think of nothing eerier than flying around with an unidentified glow on a person’s posterior. more »»

Wetland Run

July 4, 2015 Are you a runner who is tired of pounding the pavement? Audubon Nature Center has just the race for you. more »»

What Is So Attractive About An Unshaven Face?

July 4, 2015 Why do males have visible facial hair which females lack? The answer evident to many is the male hormone, testosterone. more »»

Meet Eastern Wood-Pewees

July 4, 2015 They are among the least conspicuous birds in the deciduous forest, at least visually. Eastern wood-pewees are usually heard before they’re seen. more »»

Stop The Mudness

June 28, 2015 Why is mud such a concern for Chautauqua Lake? Soil that washes into the lake from construction sites, road ditches, farm fields, yards, stream banks and poorly vegetated forest floors impacts the... more »»



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