Gray Tree Frogs Are Masters of Disguise

Wildlife photographer and naturalist Stan Tekiela explains to us where Gray Tree Frogs get their name from, and how they are masters of disguise. They are called “tree” frogs because they live in trees, unlike most other frogs who are pond, lake, and river dwellers....

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Stan Tekiela Presents: The Pileated Woodpecker

There are only a handful of birds that elicit pure excitement and joy when they show up at your backyard feeding station. The Pileated Woodpecker (Dryocopus pileatus) is our largest woodpecker species in America and Canada. Some say it is the second largest woodpecker. It...

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How to Get Your Kids into Bird-Watching

Want to get your kids interested in bird-watching? Adventure Publications editor, dad, and bird nerd Brett Ortler gives you his tried-and-true tips. Start with the Backyard  One of the perks of bird-watching as a hobby is its convenience—when you set up bird feeders, you can bring the...

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