Posted January 14, 2020 by Laurie Kay Olson

There are certain birds out there that are beloved and easily identifiable by their distinctive color. So when a cardinal shows up with yellow feathers it makes people wonder why they are not seeing red. It is at least a one in a million chance that you will ever see one of these strange yellow cardinals. For one alert woman in Alabama it was the chance of a lifetime.

 

Posted January 10, 2020 by Myra Per-Lee

You are needed to take part in the 2020 Great Backyard Bird Count. Here's how you can do it, no matter where you are!

Posted January 10, 2020 by Kitty Devine

Lots of animals are having fun in the forest this winter. Your child can bring a box of crayons or markers and join them with this cool Winter Creatures Coloring Book.

Posted January 10, 2020 by Laurie Kay Olson

This American Eagle, one of a mating pair, was recently photographed not far from my home. He and his mate were busily building a nest in anticipation of the coming spring.

Posted January 1, 2020 by Kitty Devine

Everyone needs a clever little box to store important small things in. In the past they were called jewelry boxes, but many of us had found these boxes an excellent place to tuck other treasures such as mementos and good luck charms. This amazing Singing Nightingale Treasure Box takes the jewelry box to a whole new level of special.

Posted December 23, 2019 by Kitty Devine

One of the most notable things about winter is the cold. This is often hardest on our fingers. To combat this problem try a Polar Bear Hand Warmer Coffee Mug.

Posted December 19, 2019 by Creature Features

A very confused flamingo who was rescued after landing in northeastern Siberia may have been misdirected by a powerful storm.

Posted December 14, 2019 by Ron Callari

A new research study sequenced the Carolina Parakeet [aka Conuropsis Carolinensis), the only U.S. parrot native to the eastern part of the country.