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Don't use decor that endangers planet, wildlife

Hoover told me about the impact certain home décor choices have on our planet and its wildlife. Ladies and gentlemen: After you read the rest of this column, you will not be ... "I want to get them to make the connection between the beautiful product ... read more

Hunters welcome the arrival of Rut

Gary writes a weekly column for The Weekly Adirondack that covers everything from wild orchids to moose. He has continually made his readers aware of the serious issues such as invasive species, climate change, threats to wildlife, or efforts by some ... read more

Listing the benefits of making lists

You can list all the plants you find; or you can list just the trees, just the wildflowers, just the orchids or any other group of ... writer and naturalist based in Loveland. His Wildlife Window column appears in the Reporter-Herald every Thursday. read more

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Garden Q&A: Phalaenopsis orchid symptoms and what’s dining on satsuma oranges

My phalaenopsis orchid ... I read in this column a few weeks ago about birds eating a reader’s satsumas. Well, judging by the damage done to my crop, it would have to be a really big bird! Almost our entire crop was eaten by something making a large ... read more

Milton couples honored for work to save rare orchid

In general, wild orchids cannot be transplanted. But John, a retired teacher, pioneered meticulous methods to move individual plants to begin new populations. The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service ... "We want to make sure our grandchildren have a place to ... read more

Orchids are happy to be left alone in trees

But here's what really surprises me about putting orchids in trees. It just seems to make them happy. I have taken some really ... Christine Winter Juneau is a National Wildlife Habitat Steward and the president of the Parkland Garden Club. read more

Fairchild's Tropical Garden Column: Tree stumps harbor wildlife

In some ways, they can be more useful to wildlife than ... in mind that they make great homes for all kinds of plants, especially epiphytes like tillandsias. Many Neoregelia bromeliads are happy living on a tree, as are some orchids and even some cacti. read more

Fairchild’s tropical garden column: Tree snags are a home for wildlife

Dead trees are a vital part of the cycle of life; in some ways they can be more useful to wildlife ... make great homes for all kinds of plants, especially epiphytes like tillandsias. Many Neoregelia bromeliads are happy living on a tree, as are some ... read more

Wildlife refuge offers visitors a closer look

"We all want to see a cleaner, healthier lake, so if we all work together and do the little things, then we can ultimately make a big difference ... prairie fringed orchid and Blanding's turtle are found there. Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge, a remnant ... read more

The best of the Columbia River Gorge hikes: 25 hikes celebrate 25 years

The trail challenge is one of the events celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Columbia River Gorge ... orchids underneath the mature forest canopy in the higher elevations. Coral roots are leafless and saprophytic, meaning they don't have chlorophyll to ... read more


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