Follow nature photographer Michael Forsberg as he examines the remaining "wildness" in the Great Plains of North America. Featuring stunning imagery, the pro...
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We watched 9this) part one last night-EXCELLENT. FYI at the 57 second mark of video I own Forsberg photo of that exact Burrowing Owl--it's here in my office!
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January 31, 2015 from 7:30am to 9:45am – Boulder-area
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Myth of the Kiwi
Why Do Chickadees Come and Go?
The Oilbird's Lightless life
What Happens When Birds Get Wet?
Owls are among us
Winter good for unusual birds
Birds in fiction need facts too
Meditation on pine beetles
“Hawaii The Big Island Revealed,” by Andrew Doughty, book review
NE Ohio birders find mid-winter thrills and surprises among the Mexican birds in Texas' Rio Grande Valley: Aerial View w/Photo Gallery
Lake Erie waterfowl help to wake NE Ohio birders from the winter doldrums: Aerial View
A distant ivory gull provides magical attraction for Ohio birders: Aerial View
New Year's birds in NE Ohio include species to celebrate: redpoll, jaegers, snowy owls: Aerial View
Winter finches, snowy owls bring Christmas cheer to holiday birders: Aerial View
Nature Report: Miracle of Migration
Nature Report: New Year
Nature Report: Antler Allure
Nature Report: Rattlesnake Reminder
Nature Report: Outdoor Expectations
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