For the latest information on the Decorah eaglets and the surviving falcon from Great Spirit Bluff along the Mississippi River, go to their Facebook page.
Killing animals is a necessary evil for natural history. A lot of research relies on the collection of wild specimens. Curbing the practice could hamper science.
Like people from Chicago, sandhill cranes prefer summers in Wisconsin, too, and it seems like we are seeing a lot more of them lately.
I love the 1937 poetic documentary film "The River," that I'm showing today about the Mississippi River. Not only does The River mention Wisconsin, it also cites the Rock River twice.
The new father in the original Decorah eagles nest seems to be doing well and with the experienced mother have a new hatchling.
Thanks to the Raptor Resource Project, EagleCam operators and Eagle Whisperer 18, we get to enjoy the Decorah North Nest parents delicately feed their eaglets.
The Milwaukee Public Museum asked to use footage from my red-winged blackbird video for potential use in a museum video. "Of course!" I said.
The Decorah eagles have been through a lot lately, protecting their eggs in harsh weather and being attacked by owls for much of the night. Maybe that's why you will see mom Decorah sleep through a nest infestation of mice. And the Decorahs have lost an egg, but the Raptor Resource Project d…
Glen Loyd is awaiting delivery of "Margaret's War," a new novel written by Wisconsin's Bill Stokes, one of the Midwest's foremost writers.
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.