The River is high this spring. The burning question on everyone's mind is how high will it go?
Our region is home to six species of swallows ... All catch insects on the wing and are known to birders as aerial insectivores.
In interview with Kathleen Murphy, who is responsible for the beautiful rose garden at Singer Castle.
Check out the Dog-Strangling Vine Video - Have some free time...maybe you can help TI Life! and most of all see some wonderful photographs... yes the River is opening for Summer 2019.
Already in the spring of 2019 more than 150 have passed the Derby Hill Bird Observatory (DHBO )in barely a month of monitoring...
Global warming might be a lot more fun if it came with a thermostat.
...for twenty years I have been searching for a way to get across the importance of helping to restore the habitat of these ubiquitous water birds in the St. Lawrence River Valley.
When we first visited it in early June, it still hadn't had its official grand opening and some of the trail markings weren’t even in place.
All about SNOW... Those who work in field and forest should take heart at the mounting snowbanks, not despair of them. [Photo by Chris Murray Photography]
For my part I cannot imagine the part of the world extending from the Lake Ontario lakeshore down the international sector of the St. Lawrence, without grassland birds. The Bobolink’s bubbling cacophony ...
When the thermometer starts dipping into negative values at night, and only rises into the single digits in the day, the morning may come
The long awaited “Great Lakes and Mississippi River – Brandon Road Integrated Feasibility Study and Environmental Impact Statement,” to block the entrance of Asian carp
Winter has come early this year. As I write this article, the temperature outside is hovering around 0 degrees...
The River teaches us lessons and I learned mine one night while ki-YAKKING - thankfully without catastrophie