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Glen Loyd Videos: Slimed!
Glen Loyd Videos: Slimed!
Turned off by slimy slugs and snails? Glen has been trailing some of these creatures.
Glen Loyd Videos: Toddler loves autumn leaves
Glen Loyd Videos: Toddler loves autumn leaves
In his video this week, Glen has fall colors, turkeys and a happy toddler.
Glen Loyd Videos: Catching fish is fun
Glen Loyd Videos: Catching fish is fun
Kids will cherish the memory of family fishing for the rest of their lives.
Glen Loyd Videos: Decorah eagles leave nest
Glen Loyd Videos: Decorah eagles leave nest
The Decorah, Iowa eagle parents stay close to home in the winter, but their offspring may travel as far as the arctic circle.
Glen Loyd Videos: The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin
Glen Loyd Videos: The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin
The old Tale of Squirrel Nutkin has something in common with professional football and presidential debates.
Glen Loyd Videos: Wisconsin writer Bill Stokes' 85th birthday
Glen Loyd Videos: Wisconsin writer Bill Stokes' 85th birthday
Bill Stokes, one of Wisconsin's foremost outdoor writers, is celebrating his 85th birthday.
Glen Loyd Videos: One-legged blue heron fishes Rock River
Glen Loyd Videos: One-legged blue heron fishes Rock River
Living on the Rock River I've had fun making Great Blue heron videos—except when these birds are maimed and tortured when entangled in abandoned fishing lines and hooks.
Glen Loyd Videos: Fall's fashion fungus
Glen Loyd Videos: Fall's fashion fungus
Glen says be on the lookout for fall's fashion fungus on trees and forest floors.
Glen Loyd Videos: Oak Hill's Cemetery's birdhouses, pets, fairies and Facebook
Glen Loyd Videos: Oak Hill's Cemetery's birdhouses, pets, fairies and Facebook
You’ve heard of pet cemeteries. Well, how about a cemetery with live pets? How about a cemetery with pets, bird houses, life forms that may live forever?
Glen Loyd Videos: Rock River birds getting ready for migration
Glen Loyd Videos: Rock River birds getting ready for migration
Glen has been seeing Canada geese following and flying over the Rock River, as if they were getting in shape for migration.