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from Discover Nature Notes

Hummingbird Hustle

Jun 18, 2018

HUMMINGBIRD HUSTLE:  These pint-sized birds pack a lot of power and speed in their game.  They can fly backwards, sideways and even upside down with wings beating 75 times per second.  Hummingbirds also feature a rainbow of colors as they flit about seeking nectar from orange and red tubular flowers.  Watch a mother hummingbird feeding her young in the nest, and learn more fun facts and how to attract them to your yard in this week's Discover Nature Note.

Hummingbird

from MOre Quail

Hunting Public Land Quail

Dec 12, 2017

Hunting quail on public lands can be very challenging. So much so that hunters are often left with the impression there are no quail to be found; even on areas where proven survey techniques have documented good quail populations.

Quality quail habitat

from Duck Creek CA Updates

2017 Duck Creek Update: Conditions, Work, and Future Plans

Sep 18, 2017

I realize there haven't been any recent updates on Duck Creek and wanted to give folks an idea of what has happened this summer, how things are shaping up for this fall, and what is in the works for next year.

Flooded field

from Fresh Afield

Testing the Waters

Sep 09, 2016

Have you ever been interested in duck hunting, but the idea of weathering the cold has kept you from taking that extra step out into the marsh?  Or perhaps you do duck hunt, but have that friend who tried it once, had leaky waders in the dead of winter, and swore he or she would never go back.  Well, it just so happens ... 

Blue-winged Teal In Flight