Glen has video of a huge flock of red-winged blackbirds in Janesville apparently united to avoid predators.
My videos are often about birds. Today, it's about a steam locomotive called the Tornado. But there is a connection between birds and steam trains.
I was filming a great blue heron on Black Hawk Island when I discovered a great band--Gary The Band--a trio of handsome young men playing at the Riverside Resort.
The Monterey Dam debate, design and planning have been a part of the pages of the Gazette and on the airwaves of WCLO since the original citizen committee was put together over two years ago.
I hope you will enjoy my Decorah eagle fledgling music video as we celebrate the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.
Many Janesvillians have ties to the men and women who walked in and out of the General Motors building each day... and I'm no different.
Look closely at the Rock River basin in Janesville and you may see eagles, owls, blue herons, deer, fox, beavers, and many other creatures. Today Glen Loyd spies baby birds.
There’s been plenty of talk and excitement about downtown Janesville. Reimagining what our center city will be is great! The future is wonderful but starting Saturday it will be awesome on Main Street as the Janesville Farmers Market makes its 2018 debut!
The male eagle known to those who follow the eagle cam of the Raptor Research Project as Dad Decorah has been missing for over a week.
My first memory of commerce had nothing to do with the actual transaction of money for goods. No, my first memories are relational.
The Decorah, Iowa eagles begin courtship in October, productive mating in late January or early February, and egg-laying in mid to late February.