Indiana Orchid Hunting

Indiana Orchid Hunting

Today we are going to talk about hunting, but it’s probably not what you’re thinking. Before we get into the meat of our discussion, let...
Indiana Spring Wildflowers

Searching for Indiana Spring Wildflowers

Touch-me-not, Bloodroot, Lady’s Slipper, Dutchman’s-breeches, Indian Pipe, Shooting Star, Snow Trillium, Rattlesnake Master, Royal Catchfly, and Jack-in-the-Pulpit—just the name of many wildflowers invites further...
NestWatch

The NestWatch Flock

Spring is just around the corner. It’s a busy time for birds as they get ready to find a mate, build a nest, and...
woodland waterfowl

Woodland Waterfowl

Bears go in the woods. Deer are often found in the woods. There are woodcock, woodpeckers and a variety of other birds living in...
blue ribbon panel

Blue Ribbon Panel Calls for Conservation Funding

Money makes the world go round. You might like to think this isn’t true concerning conservation, but it absolutely is. If we, as Americans,...
early spring

Warm Days Mean Early Spring….Maybe

When early March rolls around many people think spring. Admittedly, I’m in the group that gets a bit over anxious for warmer days. I’m...
Pheasant production

The Birds and the Bees: Keys to Pheasant Production

The 2016 National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic at the Kansas City Convention Center in downtown Kansas City on February 19-21 boasted a new...
indiana snake mythsvideo

Indiana Snake Myths with Jarrett Manek

Jarrett Manek is Park Naturalist at O'Bannon Woods State Park in southern Indiana.  He also presents the popular Snakes Alive program for the Indiana...
Indiana's Rattlensakes

Indiana’s Rattlesnakes and Pit Vipers

Breaking News:  “Indiana Department of Natural Resources personnel drop hundreds of timber rattlesnakes into Morgan-Monroe State Forest by helicopter to control exploding rodent populations.” I...
chronic wasting disease

Chronic Wasting Disease: Why Deer Farming Matters to Everyone

Why are eggs so expensive compared to what they cost even a year or so ago? It’s because avian influenza (bird flu) was detected...