Have you witnessed wildlife in your own backyard? Have you been tracking bird migrations, or have you witnessed seasonal temperatures affecting wildlife? Have you just seen strange wildlife behavior in general? We want to hear from you!
On 3/7/2015 Sarah wrote:
For the past 3 or 4 years I have been committed to a photo challenge. I live on the Olympic Peninsula, WA but normally have no transportation outside city limits. So I decided to see how many species of wild birds I could photograph from the locations within a mile or so of the bus routes. Since I am moving for college soon I decided to see what the total number of species with the ID confirmed was (there are some I still have to confirm). From the city bus route I've photographed 93 species, 20 of which I found on my college campus within a week. I hope to bring this total to 100 before I leave but either way I don't regret a moment of it and look forward to starting a new list.
On 3/5/2015 Ernie wrote:
As my NWF certified backyard wildlife habitat matures, I see an increase in number and variety of wildlife species. Now, I help others understand the connection between the natural diversity in the landscape and a healthy, thriving ecosystem.
On 2/25/2015 Kalli wrote:
I always see squirrels and birds. They are always outside squeaking and singing. I love birds and squirrel's. I have 7 of my own birds. They are yellow, white, and gray. One is completely yellow. That is my wildlife story!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ranger Rick is now available for all ages!
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