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Good-Bye Winter | Hello Spring

As I look out my window and see the piles of snow slowly melting away, I sit back and reflect on the long Winter we have had. It has been an extremely long season, filled with cold and blustery days, gray skies, and thankfully, below average snowfalls. It is quite a bleak scene with bare trees,Read More

Downy Woodpecker | Bird of the Day

Downy Woodpeckers are abundant in areas with lots of trees and are one of the most common Woodpeckers to visit backyard bird feeders. Downy’s are the smallest Woodpeckers in the US and Canada at just 5 3/4 inches (14.6 cm) and bare a very close resemblance to their cousin, the Hairy Woodpecker. In comparison, theRead More

Build a Birdhouse Saturday March 4 in Depew NY at Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve

For those of you who live in the Buffalo NY area, the Department of Environmental Conservation is hosting a Birdhouse Building Seminar today (Saturday, March 4, 2017) at 2 pm. Building your wren nesting box will take place at Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve, 93 Honorine Drive, Depew, NY. Registration is required, simply call 716-683-5959 orRead More

Extremely Rare Purple Eagle Spotted…

Extremely rare Purple Eagle spotted in Lewiston, NY tonight! Only one Purple Eagle is known to be in existence. The Purple Eagle towers at approximately 7 feet tall and frequents Niagara University sporting events. With it’s large beak, it is capable of eating hamburgers and french fries in a single bite. When it gets excited,Read More

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