Environment

 

Buffleheads are with us
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Mar17


Nuthatches in the Piney Woods
Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Feb17


Briarwood on National List
By Dr. Strve Payne
Journal Correspondent

The Brown Pelican Louisiana's State Bird
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Jan17


American White Pelicans in the Piney Woods
By Dr. Jay Huner
Journal Correspondent

Dec16


Candlestick Birds Rare in Piney Woods
Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Nov16


Peregrine Falcons are special
Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Oct16


Chimney Sweeps flit fast in the Piney Woods
Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Sep16


Bitterns occupy the Piney Woods marshes
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Aug16


Night hawk 'Bull bats' live in the Piney Woods
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Jly16


Spotted Sandpipers play in the Piney Woods
Jay V. Huner
Journal Correpondent

Jun16


Cooper’s Hawk is seen in the Piney Woods
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correpondent

May16


Kiskadees move into new region
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Apr16


Vermilion Flycatcher a colorful winter visitor
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Mar16


The Brown Creeper in the Piney Woods
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspodent

Feb16


'Little Brown Jobs' abound in winter months
By Dr. Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Jan16


Crested Caracaras live in the Piney Woods now
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Dec15


Ibis range from Gulf Coast to the Piney Woods
Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Nov15


Waterfowl Alliance reviews LA hunting activity
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Corresponden

Sep15


Eastern Meadowlarks in the Piney Woods
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Aug15


New honey bee habitat plan announced by EPA
By Dr. Steve Payne
Journal Correspondent

July15


Legislature eyes action for Bistineau weevils
By Bonnie Culverhouse
Journal Correspondent

'Lord God' bird a ghost of past
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Jun15


Seeing every bird in Louisiana is a 'Big Year'
Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

May15


Beekeeping makes retirement hobby for ex-prof
By Tom Kelly
Editor and Publisher

Lots of 'blackbirds' line in the Piney Woods
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Corresponent

Apr15


Sparrows amoung our smallest songbirds
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Mar15


Louisiana Heron not on bird list, but he’s real
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Feb15


D'Arbonne Lake attracts rare water birds
Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Jan15


American Kestrels live here, but rarely breed
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Dec 14


Reddish Egrets - Ballet stars of the wading birds
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Feral house cats undesirable, hard to control
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Nov14


Turnstone a distinctive shorebird year-round
By Jay V. Huner
Joural Correspondent

Oct14


Turnstone a distinctive shorebird year-round
By Jay V. Huner
Joural Correspondent

Oct14


Oystercatchers rare birds in the Piney Woods?
Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Sep14


What's a rotary drill, grandpa?

LA Cyress stands famous
By William J.Thibodeaux
Special to The Journal

Louisiana home to thousands of wading birds
Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Aug14


Where did the Oil come from, Grandpa?

Prairie Warblers inhabit old pine plantations
Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

July14


Terns like open water
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Jun14


Waterthrush feeds, nests around moving water
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

May14


Large Gulls in the Piney Woods
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Apr14


Climate Change moves birds
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Mar14


Cinnamon teal is a rare bird
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Feb14


Eastern Screech Owl
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Corresspondent

Jan14


Rare boobies delight Louisiana birders
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Dec 13


Skimmers come with tropical weather
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Oct13


Fall Comes Early for Sandpipers migration
By Jay N. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Sep13


Readers bird questions answered
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Aug13


'Summer Redbirds' stop over
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

JuJy13


Stilts in the Piney Woods? It's a different bird
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

May13


Bird hang out around old dipping vats, too
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Apr13


Bumbling Birder's 'Big Year' yields 346 birds
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Mar13


Hermit Thrush are in the winter Piney Woods
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Feb13


Masked Warblers are heard in the Piney Woods
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Jan13


Gray Backs in Piney Woods Lakes and Reservoirs
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Dec12


Bald Eagles in the Piney Woods
By Jay M. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Nov12


Cold fronts bring gulls to Piney Woods Waters
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Oct12


Hunters await Pin-Teal arrival in Piney Woods
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Sep12


Woodpeckers Log-gods in the Piney Woods
By Jay Huner
Journal Correspondent

Aug12


Is it a whipporwill, or a Chuck Will's Widow?
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

July12


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

Jun12


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

May12


Gallinule is ungainly 'Blue Hen' in rice country
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correespondent

Apr12


Rare Towhees spend the winter in Piney Woods
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Mar12


Swans return to Louisiana
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Feb12


Snow Geese habitat growth raises population
By Jay V. Huner
Journal Correspondent

Jan12


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