Tag: North Tonawanda

Our resident groundhog snacking on fallen birdseed below the feeder.

Groundhog Stew | A Beginners Guide

Trying to decide what to make for dinner after a long day can be a daunting task. I’ve been thinking about trying a new take on one of my favorite meals- Beef Stew. You’ve probably heard of Rabbit Stew, Possum Stew and maybe even Roadkill Stew, but have you heard about Groundhog Stew? Come andRead More

Bird of the Week | American Robin | Attracting Robins to Your Yard

Until recently, when someone spoke of Robins, I pictured a mid-sized songbird, grayish-brown in color with an orange-red breast and belly. It wasn’t until I started following other “birders” on Instagram that I found out there is another Robin in the world. This not-so-new Robin is the European Robin! American Robins are actually named afterRead More

Calling All Owl Enthusiasts | North Tonawanda Owl Prowl

While searching online recently for outdoor Bird Watching activities, I came across an exciting event I wanted to share with you. The Buffalo Audubon Society is hosting an upcoming hike through the North Tonawanda Nature Preserve in search of Eastern Screech Owls. According to their website, http://buffaloaudubon.org, Naturalist Tom Kerr will be taking us onRead More

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