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Check out our Winter 2019 issue! You really don't want to miss this… More
When I was a kid there was a commercial on TV where Mother Nature gets… More
The yellow-breasted chat (Icteria virens) is a large wood warbler that… More
I had the hunting bug when I got out of school, so I jumped at the chance… More
This project came about through a class I taught in Nashville, Tennessee.… More
Everyone enjoys seeing gulls soaring overhead, especially near our… More
The common redpoll (Acanthis flammea) is a winter finch that breeds in… More
The Pacific eider (Somateria mollissima v-nigrum) is the largest of the… More
Peepsits a cute name that makes bird-watchers shudder. These peeps arent… More
Check out our Spring 2019 issue! You really don't want to miss this… More
Many authors fear encountering writers block, the feeling of being unable… More
When painting the Nashville warbler, I will not use an airbrush. I am… More
Because Lynn Branson derives her inspiration from nature, she calls her… More
In the article that appeared in the previous issue, I carved, sealed, and… More
In the first part of this demonstration (Winter 2019), I completed the… More
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