Former strip-mined land home to many exotic species.
Ohio – Steve Pollick
Traditional arrow-strings will stretch with use, so you need to pay attention to fistmele, or brace-height, on your bow. And I need to follow my own advice.
But without further measures, circumstances could be dire.
Bad news is that they’re there at all.
State forest planning meetings start Aug. 21; ODNR seeking comments on forestry plans.
On a bike, the view is slow and steady.
Cooperation for conservation a breath of fresh air.
Author’s grandson shows grandpa that not all is lost.
Wild black raspberries on the menu at the Pollick household.
Some Asian species pose a threat to the Great Lakes.
State’s leaders fail to recognize opportunity for aid.
Disease has never been found in the wild here, and if the continued surveillance through next fall’s seasons shows the same result, no CWD in the wild, the surveillance program will end.
Learning a tough lesson in the turkey woods.
Rainbows stocked in lakes around the state each spring.
Author spent 45 minutes traversing his northwest Ohio environs looking for deer.
Successful applicants will be chosen in April.
All of the meat went to area food pantries, missions
Pollick’s homestead place of some rare mid-winter sightings
Author’s Muskellunge Creek bottom filled with detritus
Ohio’s muzzleloader season runs Jan. 7-10
Online survey available to hunters now
Small, inexpensive items might fit the bill this year
Ohio ranks high in number of road-killed whitetails
Quantity vs. quality document worth the read
University of Toledo asking for help on lake issues
Survey indicates poor mast production in Ohio