Wildlife Watching--It's Worth a Look
- Discover New York's Wild Side. Bidell, Ellen // New York State Conservationist;Apr2011, Vol. 65 Issue 5, p7
The article focuses on watching wildlife in the state of New York. The Department of Environmental Conservation's (DEC) Watchable Wildlife Program is suggested as an information source on where to go to view wildlife. DEC's Wildlife Management Area (WMA) program aims to provide access to lands...
- The Great Marsupial NIGHT STALK. Luntz, Stephen // Australasian Science;May2001, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p43
Focuses on the event known as the Great Marsupial Night Stalk, held during Australia's National Science Week. Statement that the program, which started as a project of the Marsupial Cooperative Research Centre, encouages people to record any marsupials they see in backyards, streets and rural...
- CHAPTER 2: COMMUNITY RELATIONS. // Going Wild in Washington & Oregon;1993, p23
This chapter talks about a trip called the Stehekin Surprise and the different wildlife communities within the greater North Cascades ecosystem. The most popular way of getting to Stehekin is by passenger ferry from the town of Chelan or from Field's Point. Two commercial vessels ply the...
- HOOSIER HOLIDAY. Cross, W. H. "Chip" // Bird Watcher's Digest;Sep/Oct2012, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p90
The article offers information on several birding hotspots in northwest Indiana. It describes the annual migration of birds to Jasper-Pulaski Fish and Wildlife Area. It relates that some 352 avian species were recorded at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. Some of the birds that can be spotted at...
- EXPERTS' PICKS: Top Spring Birding Spots. Berger, Cynthia // National Wildlife (World Edition);Apr/May2010, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p22
The article presents a discussion of the bird watching opportunities that are available at several locations across the U.S. during annual spring migration. A discussion of the bird species which can be found during spring migration in several U.S. locations, including Alaska's Copper River...
- How to be a wildlife spy. Duckworth, Carolyn // Ranger Rick;Apr95, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p34
Presents tips in observing wildlife. Trying various places and habitats; Hours when animals are active; Use of binoculars, magnifying glass and flashlights; Looking for insects; Use of disguises; Checking animal signs; Consulting with naturalists; Outdoor manners.
- TV lovers tune into the world of wings. Shannon, Terry Miller // Christian Science Monitor;7/12/96, Vol. 88 Issue 159, p12
Shares a couple's change of habit from watching television and video recordings to watching the wildlife in their environment.
- Watching Wildlife At Grand Teton National Park, The Video. // National Parks Traveler;6/5/2014, p1
An online video on wildlife spotting and personal safety while visiting the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming is presented.
- SURFING for wildlife: the Faunawatch story. Hickman, Keith // Wildlife Australia;Winter2003, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p21
Reports on the wildlife watching activities of the group Fauna in Queensland. Organization background; Development of database that stores information on wildlife sightings.