January 5, 2018

Crosley Guide – Waterfowl

If you like the Crossley ID Guide series, or if you've never seen any other books by Crossley, take a look at this volume on waterfowl.
December 30, 2017
Al Blyth, Tom Sheley, Chuck Blyth at Calamus Stairway Project 12-20-17

Calamus Swamp Update: December, 2017

Read about the latest project at Calamus Swamp: completing reconstruction of two stairway connectors from the Calamus loop trail to the Pickaway County Parks and Recreation Rail Trail at the south end of the preserve.
December 29, 2017

One Wild Bird at a Time

Noted author Bernd Heinrich tells us tales of a series of individual birds of multiple species and finds that there is still much to learn about even our most common birds.
December 22, 2017

Theodore Roosevelt

Darrin Lunde, Museum Specialist in the Division of Mammals at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, explores Teddy Roosevelt’s lifelong passion for the natural world.
December 22, 2017
Bald Eagle - Photo Earl Harrison

Nesting Eagles in Columbus!

One of our great Columbus Audubon supporters told us some exciting information: a pair of Bald Eagles are are nesting along the Scioto River near the […]
December 7, 2017
Sign at the entrance to Calamus Swamp

Great Things Happening at Calamus Swamp

Columbus Audubon’s Own Nature Preserve This fall has been a busy time at Calamus Swamp, Columbus Audubon’s own nature preserve located just west of Circleville. Volunteers, […]
December 2, 2017
Hooded Warbler - Photo Alan Schmierer

The Future for Neotropical Migrants

Our friends at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology have released a study on the combined effects of climate change and habitat loss for the future of […]
November 27, 2017
Carolina Chickadee (Immature)

Chickadees Replace Brain Cells

Here’s a trick that I wish I knew how to do: the Black-capped Chickadee can trade old brain cells for new ones! Did you ever wonder […]
November 27, 2017
Horned Grebe - Photo Earl Harrison

Bird Molt Basics

The national Audubon Web site has an interesting article on bird molts. What’s a molt, you ask? Well, we know that birds have plumages — feathers […]