Tag Archives: 2012 Fall

Barred Owl Research Report

This report is a summary of the fall 2012 field research. The students compiled the information and put together the report.   Advertisements

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Squirrels

by Morton There have been very few times in my life that I have been asked to interact with squirrels. Generally, I view squirrels in the same way that the customers I sell pellet guns to view squirrels; adorable tree … Continue reading

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Vegetation Study

by Weber To determine if an area is  suitable habitat for the Barred owl, a number of important criteria must be met. First, is there a sufficient prey population to sustain two or more owls? Second, is there suitable tree species for … Continue reading

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Common vs. Rare Butterflies

The recent explosion of butterflies on the greenway trail has sparked some interest into these insects. Bill Day has done an extraordinary job documenting some species in pictures. Two particular species, the Silvery checkerspot and the Hayhurst’s scallopwing, have both … Continue reading

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