Catkins, tiny flowers and sweet smelling Balm of Gilead are all strong signs that spring is on the way.
Things are changing at and under the bird feeders. Some birds are arriving, some leaving, some changing color.
The Department of Natural Resources Wednesday submitted a formal petition to the U.S.
We can’t feel it, but trees give off energy that melts the snow from their bases, creating tree wells. Early spring is also time for wolf mating.
Michael Pollan is a novice hunter, but his writing on the topics of hunting and animal rights are among the best to appear in the past decade.
As spring approaches we begin to notice subtle changing colors on the hillsides and along roadways. Trees and shrubs are responding to the longer days.
Why does the North Shore seem warmer this winter? Temperatures in February were some of the highest in the state. If that’s the case, why is there so much ice out on Lake Superior?