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Wings Over Weston event showcases birds and birding

KANSAS CITY Mo — The Wings Over Weston festival on May 14 will celebrate the beauty, variety and remarkable lives of birds, and the event will be held at a prime bird watching location. Live birds, bird banding, demonstrations and activities for children will be offered from 9 a.m. to…


Feathered Wonders! Birding in West Virginia’s State Parks

SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird!  It’s a plane! It’s … well it really is a bird and the question is, “What kind is it?”  West Virginia state parks host and organize various birding activities and events. Full-time naturalists and programmers are on-site at…


Bird-watching is a Popular Hobby for Southerners

LITTLE ROCK – A recently released report reveals that bird-watching continues to thrive as a popular hobby for Americans, even more so for Southerners. According to this U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service report, an estimated 33 percent of Southerners bird-watch as of 2006, compared with 20 percent of Americans nationwide…


Service approves Cherry Valley National Wildlife Refuge in Pennsylvania

H. Dale Hall, Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and Marvin Moriarty, the agency’s northeast regional director, announced today that the Service has approved a new national wildlife refuge in eastern Pennsylvania’s Cherry Valley. The Service has established a boundary for the refuge, encompassing 20,466 acres in Monroe…


Watch for Great Florida Birding Trail signs in the Panhandle

The 2,000-mile Great Florida Birding Trail reaches another milestone with the installation of the Panhandle section road signs this month. Signs will mark each of the designated sites along the trail. The Great Florida Birding Trail is a conservation program initiated by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC)…


South Dakota Artist Wins 2008 Federal Duck Stamp Contest

Wildlife artist Joshua Spies of Watertown, South Dakota, has won the 2008 Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest — the oldest and most prestigious wildlife art competition in America — with his depiction of a long-tailed duck.  H. Dale Hall, director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, announced the winner…