Designating (and preserving) our beautiful wild places for the world to enjoy remains the best idea America ever had.
Animals might have been a Chinese vector of disease.
Writer has been spending time outdoors during pandemic.
Cobras, monkeys, pangolins routinely serve as dining fair in other countries.
Many products marketed toward gun enthusiasts, educators, and the like.
Author takes long-awaited ride in an amphicar.
Maxine Kelly spent gun season in Gallia County.
City of Columbus withdraws petition that would have affected creeks.
Trump’s visit to Lima in September well-covered by ODNR.
King savanna contains plants, species typically found in the west.
Public often put in harm’s way by unintentional escapes.
High water on Lake Erie a bit of a “downer,” but these masses of mayflies are a delicacy for the walleyes to savor.
Campers learn about all things outdoors in six-day event.
Several have been built at the park’s Oak Openings Preserve.
Rumors of a large housing development in the watershed untrue, however.
They remain the first-ever documented nesting pair in the county in modern times.
Oak barrels used to age bourbon, among other things.
Author notices lack of nuts, plenty of squirrels.
Author took a summer excursion to the island winery on Ohio’s Jet Express.
Ohio faced a similar scenario several years ago.
State park and lodge just east of Cleveland a good place to spend a summer afternoon.
Historical figure Aaron Burr met his demise there.
Profits from oil and gas leasing on federal lands.
Columbus — Coyotes are even smarter than generally believed. In fact, they are “tricksters,” according to Stan Gehrt, a biologist and expert on coyote behavior. Gehrt presented his findings at the 2018 Wildlife Diversity Conference, held at Ohio State University. Gehrt’s program was one of two at the conference that centered on the habits of the wily (and abundant) predators….
State recently bought nearly 6,000 acres of AEP ReCreation Land.
Rodents set up shop on small wetland, delaying work.