Tag Archives: 2012 Spring

Leaving Home

The two chicks are very close to leaving the nest. The mother and father are still hanging around, but they are not spending much time in the nest because of space issues. Advertisements

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Nesting Behavior

by Prevost and Rogers The Great horned owl is by far the most common owl in the Americas; they derive their name from the plumicorns on their head that resemble horns. We have been studying a family of great horns. … Continue reading

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Signs of Spring

  by Adams and Anders Upland Chorus Frogs (Pseudacris feriarum) have a variation of color palettes, but commonly brown to grey with a pinkish cast. Adults range from 0.75 inches to 1.5 inches, with females usually being slightly larger than … Continue reading

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Owl Update

  Last year’s Barred owl female. Was this the victim? by Prevost We went to look for owl pellets and whitewash in an attempt to study the barred owl pair. We have not been able to find them near last … Continue reading

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