Environment 2009

Wood Duck - a bird that's dressed for Christmas
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Dec09


Killdeer in Piney Woods year-round residents
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Nov09


Chickadee common guest at Piney Woods feeder
By Jay Huner
Journal Correspondent

Oct09


SAF told laurel wilt seen on east coast, on move
By Ray Newbold
Journal Correspondent

Red Heads like to nest among mixed hardwoods
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Sept09


Orioles decline but still visit the Piney Woods
Neotropical species often seen migrating in Mississippi Valley, Eastern Seaboard aresa
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Four Corners monument marks 4 state border
Tourists from around the world gather to witnes the beauty of unique Ameriacn West spot
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Aug09


Robins are year-round presence in Piney Woods
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Corresondent

Jly09


T-pops’ buntings brighten scene in Piney Woods
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

June09


Mockingbirds brighten spring in Piney Woods
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

May09


Siskins, Goldfinches visit area in wintertime
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Apr09


Cedar Waxwings are red berry eaters
They sometimes get drunk eating fermented fruit while visiting the South
By Jay V. Hunter
Journal Correspondent

Mar09


Northern Cardinal brighten Piney Woods days
By Jay Huner
Journal Correspondent

Feb09

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