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It's not that often that we get to see moose in herds, but some lucky wildlife watchers have been seeing a medley of moose hanging out together recently. #columnists #Valley #jhnews 

The Hole Scroll

A Harris’ sparrow was eating sunflower seed dropped in the grass at Steve Poole’s feeder Nov. 12. Harris’ is listed as a rare visiter on “Bird…

Each fall billions of birds migrate south from northern latitudes, mostly at night under 2,000 feet elevation. It is estimated that up to 100 …

Susan Marsh startled a white-tailed deer on a forest trail east of the National Elk Refuge. Both were surprised; it was in a place Susan would…

At a shallow National Elk Refuge pond Deb Patla found a lone ibis, a pair of willets, killdeer and several blue-winged and green-winged teal. …

Though Bert Raynes’ Far Afield column has been temporarily suspended, bird and wildlife watchers are still calling and emailing in with their …

Though Bert Raynes’ Far Afield column has been temporarily suspended, bird and wildlife watchers are still calling and emailing in with their …

Though Bert Raynes’ Far Afield column has been temporarily suspended, bird and wildlife watchers are still calling and emailing in with their …