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The Martinsburg Journal
In The Know for February 7of the Year and owner of Walter's Wholesome Goods and Ed Forney owner of Geezer
In The Know for February 7
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted 4 days ago
of the Year and owner of Walter's Wholesome Goods and Ed Forney owner of Geezer Ridge Farm, and Apiary Trainer for the West Virginia Department of Agriculture's Veterans and Warriors to Agriculture Project. Registration is not required but strongly... Read more
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Daily Press
Great Backyard Bird Count: Take 15 minutes to count any birds you see and post findings online to help scientists in their studieshappen to go. Then tally the numbers of each species you see, and report your f
Great Backyard Bird Count: Take 15 minutes to count any birds you see and post findings online to help scientists in their studies
Daily Press / Posted 4 days ago
happen to go. Then tally the numbers of each species you see, and report your findings online at BirdCount.org. In 2015, Virginia was among the top 10 states with the most checklists and number of species — 4,670 participants spotting 180 types... Read more
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Vineyard Gazette
Vern Laux, Giant in Birding World, Dies at 60Vernon Laux, the noted ornithologist and naturalist who cut a wide swath throug
Vern Laux, Giant in Birding World, Dies at 60
Vineyard Gazette / Posted 20 days ago
Vernon Laux, the noted ornithologist and naturalist who cut a wide swath through the world of birding with an expertise and enthusiasm few could match, died early Thursday at the Nantucket Cottage Hospital. He was 60 and had been diagnosed with... Read more
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Daily Press
Keep your eye to sky for various gulls in winter | Bird Nerdhair, salty spray hitting my face, toe heaters in my rubber fishing boots. That
Keep your eye to sky for various gulls in winter | Bird Nerd
Daily Press / Posted 21 days ago
hair, salty spray hitting my face, toe heaters in my rubber fishing boots. That's right, toe heaters. It is early winter in Virginia, but that doesn't stop intrepid birders desperate for a glimpse of something far afield. Very far afield — within... Read more
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WVVA Bluefield
DNR closing recreational attractions at four WV parksDue to budget cross across West Virginia, some local parks will see some of the
DNR closing recreational attractions at four WV parks
WVVA Bluefield / Posted 1 months ago
Due to budget cross across West Virginia, some local parks will see some of their recreational attractions shut down beginning Saturday. The Division of Natural Resources Director, Robert Fala, tells WVVA that out of their $1 million cut, about $600... Read more

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