Summary: Lots of nature lovers stock birdfeeders in my neighborhood. Some, however, are unwittingly setting the table for a predator, the Cooper's hawk.
I spoke about my book last night in Portage. It turned out to be a productive and gratifying evening.
It was disappointing to read that swarms of flies in northern Wisconsin are causing loons to abandon nests.
Recent rains in Rock County are leading one expert to suggest we might see swarms of mosquitoes. If they come, here's one gadget you'll want to keep handy.
We can sit and point to Beloit with envy and wonder why we can't progress like our smaller sister city to the south. Could that negativity, be one answer?
A little slice of Midwestern culture played out again Wednesday evening during Porkfest at the Rock County 4-H Fairgrounds.
I've written about this before, but two incidents in recent days suggest it bears repeating: Motorists in Janesville are not friendly to pedestrians.
In the past few days, I've read two new reports about the best types of fruits and vegetables to eat and that most of us don't gobble enough. How about you?
I was doing yard work this weekend and decided those piles of tree seeds in our street gutters couldn't wait for a city sweeper.
My wife and I finally got our tandem bicycle out last night for an enjoyable evening on the city's bike trails.