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Saving A Bald Eagle

Everyone loves a success story. Last September a mature bald eagle was found injured along Highway 26, in far eastern Howard County. After learning...

Surest sign of Spring brings back memories

Sighting the first robin, dogwoods in bloom or sandhill cranes lazily flying north signal the beginning of the much awaited spring season. Last week...
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This is the End- Sort Of.

Editor's note- This is a feature article from the last issue of WildIndiana Magazine explaining our (some say inevitable) cessation of physical publication in...

Change is not always bad.

As creatures of habit, we sometimes hate change. But sometimes it’s not all bad. For me, this was my 46th renewal of the unique...
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Go To Sleep: Catching Shuteye in the Outdoors

Have you ever stopped to think about all the places you have slept? Both readers probably already have sly grins on their faces but...

Time Together: the Ultimate Christmas Gift

At this time each year most of us still face the daunting reality of having to shop for Christmas gifts. The older I get,...

Kokomo: Time for 35th annual Kids Fishing Clinic Registration

Kokomo is home to one of the most unique youth programs you’ll find anywhere in the nation. It’s hard to believe over three decades...

Kokomo native enshrined in Bass Fishing Hall of Fame

I have always revelled in the outdoor success of family, friends and even those I don’t know. Maybe it was a child’s first bluegill,...

Doctor’s love of fishing leads to lures

Mark Meyer considers himself fortunate. During the work day he finds great pleasure in treating patients, helping them enjoy a healthier life. When the...

Say Hello to My Little Friend: Fear

Without printing an arrogant-sounding list of career experiences, suffice it to say that I can’t complain about my work being dull. I have done...

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Mosquitoes, Chiggers and Ticks: Dealing with Bugs

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We are now firmly in the throes of Indiana's vampire season. Every outdoor adventure between now and the first frost will include a host...