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St. Johnsbury Osher Lifelong Learning Institute of UVM (OLLI) presents “Slow Birding- Reconnecting with Nature and Self “ by Bridget Butler on Thursday, October 24, 2019 at 1:30 pm at Catamount Arts, Eastern Ave. St. Johnsbury. Included in OLLI membership and for a small fee for non-members.

An Osprey landing in the nest at Boy Scout Camp Echockotee in Orange Park, Florida. The Osprey brings a tree branch to build the nest. His par…

Vermont and New Hampshire officials are asking the public’s help in catching poachers and violators of fish and game laws. Those who violate the laws hurt all ethical sportsmen and damage wildlife management programs.

MONTPELIER — The ruffed grouse is an iconic game bird of Vermont that is widely recognized and enjoyed by hunters and non-hunters alike, but wildlife biologists are concerned that grouse populations across the Northeast have declined over the past 30 years.

According to statistics compiled by The Humane Society of the United States, 19 million birds lived in U.S. households in the year 2000. These creatures are adopted for a variety of reasons. The owner may wish to have a canary or finch to add song, color and activity to the indoor environment. If a talker is wanted, the choices are parakeets, cockatiels or parrots.