New report highlights plight of various species.
Ohio – Steve Pollick
Now is the perfect time to get this important function completed.
Governor’s promotional event produced ‘eyes for anglers.
Lake Erie’s sheepshead renaming serves as a cautionary tale.
Pollick snapped this photo of the ancient oak tree along I-75 in Hancock County during one of his many trips up and down the highway.Big old trees – really big old trees – are comfortingly eternal, until they’re not. The demise of a mammoth, ancient swamp white oak in northwest Ohio’s Hancock County was like that. It seemed like it…
Author recently leisured away an afternoon on his small homestead pond.
Turkey hunt ends at noon, take up morel hunting.
Total of 806 nests counted.
Some foods not so good for our feathered friends.
Author has been documenting annual holiday occurrence for years.
Author laments changing of the times, in a negative way.
Author found this out on a cold, snowy Colorado elk hunt.
Author witnesses poults caring for injured hen turkey.
Turkey sightings among most important items right now.
Pollick cut his teeth on an Indiana hunt 35 years ago.
Make sure your weapon performs at the moment of truth.
Tiny bugs have a fascinating life cycle, history.
Spent inflatables a danger to wildlife.
Recent photo illustrates this in a big way, author contends.
Author’s hunting, fishing ride put out to pasture.
Ohio township has celebrated buzzards’ return since 1957.
‘Hunting’ season never really over with small arms.
Author has noticed late arrival of many avian species.
Author endeavors to sight-in muzzleloader, ‘patrol rifle’
Author marks dead of winter by return of winged creatures.
Season kicks off Monday after Thanksgiving, Nov. 30.