Environment 2010

Mallards in the Pines
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Dec10

Osprey is expert fish catcher in the Piney Woods
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Nov10


Starlings in the Piney Woods
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Oct10


Vultures are "ghastly gourmets"of Piney Woods
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Sept10


Kites scout the Piney Woods all year round
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Aug10


Great Blue Herons seen often in the Piney Woods
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Jly10


Woodpecker is a fun, noisy bird
'Redheaded' or 'Red-bellied' they love suet and sunflower seed
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Jun10


The Piney Wood's Kingbird
By Jay Hunter
Journal Correspondent

May10


Carolina Wrens are pesky, adaptable to home
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Apr10


Winter sparrows come in several varieties, calls
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Mar10


Kinglets is an in-your-face songbird
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Feb10


Bodock' tree stands watch on Catahoula Lake
By Jack M. Willis
Journal Correspondent

Eastern Phoebe catches flies
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Jan2010

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