While many bird populations have experienced dramatic declines during the last half century, one group that has actually shown population increases is woodpeckers.
Casey Tucker, Guest Writer, June 30th, 2022
The Northern Brook Lamprey (Ichthyomyzon fossor) is a native, non-parasitic lamprey species that occupies small to medium sized streams.
Paul DeRolf, May 10th, 2022
Wild Turkeys have become a relatively common site throughout Ohio’s forests and farmlands, but according to the Ohio Division of Wildlife, they were extirpated from the state by 1904.
Casey Tucker, Guest Writer, December 9th, 2021
Stream monitoring is an important part of tracking the health of streams and is done through a combination of water quality, fish, and macroinvertebrate surveys.
Emily Crow, Emma Roberts, Preston Smith
Otterbein University, August 2nd, 2022
Two new Ohio localities for the Freckled Madtom (Noturus nocturnus Jordan and Gilbert, 1886) were recently discovered.
Matt Sarver, February 11th, 2022
The Channel Shiner is a small minnow with subdued physical features that makes identification difficult due to the similar morphological characteristics of several other species of shiners.
Matt Sarver, November 30th, 2021
Although my mother reports that, as a baby, I would cry when placed barefoot in the grass, I think this was more about my disdain for monocultures than an aversion to plants.
Mark Dilley, Guest Writer, October 21st, 2021