Choose Your News
Loading...
Tags:
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Thumbnail
One hundred seventeen years ago, before 1900, it was the custom of hunters in America to get together as teams and spend one full day during the Christmas holidays killing as many animals as they could. Rabbits, squirrels, deer, foxes, woodchucks, hawks, owls, song birds, anything furred or feathered living wild was fair game. Where there was more than one team in an area they competed to see which team could kill the most animals. It was called a Christmas hunt but might well have been called a Christmas slaughter. [Read More]
Squirrels everywhere will be quaking in their little boots. Just in time for Christmas, Ruger has announced an attractive new 10/22 package that just pay displace that Red Ryder BB gun in the corner this year. It shouldn't be too hard to think of someone who'd love to tear into one of these on Christmas …... [Read More]
Thumbnail
Squirrels are the clowns of the garden. ... They are also terrorists with tails. [Read More]
Young Writers Project is an independent nonprofit based in Burlington that engages middle and high school students from anywhere in the world to write, to express themselves with confidence and clarity, and to connect with authentic audiences. YWP... [Read More]
Thumbnail
Meet the Steve Irwin of Purdue professors. [Read More]
They were, for the most part, tough men who came from poor families in rural areas of Arkansas. They were men who hunted rabbits and squirrels throughout the year just to put meat on the table; men who plowed land behind teams of mules in order to plant cotton; men who chopped weeds between the cotton plants by hand in the summer and picked cotton by hand in the fall. From 1933-35, they built many of the roads, bridges and buildings still being used on Mount Nebo in Yell County. [Read More]
Squirrels are funny little creatures. They are always finding their way to places where they may not always be welcome. This particular squirrel found its way into the playroom of a house where he turns the children's toys into his personal playground until he is captured. [Read More]
Thumbnail
Feed yourself in a public park. Feed the pigeons and the squirrels there, too. Whatever you do, though, don't share your food with a hungry person. [Read More]
Thumbnail
It must be a perilous existence. You're nothing but a tasty morsel to an array of predators that includes hawks, coyotes and bobcats. If you stay out a little late or get up too early, a great horned owl wouldn't... [Read More]
Langstone, Hampshire Grey squirrels begin mating in mid-December, but here the males' chittering pursuit started weeks ago... [Read More]
Thumbnail
Did you know these facts about squirrels? [Read More]
Thumbnail
Smaller bullets help with accuracy and performance... [Read More]
Smart cookies remember their buried treasure... [Read More]
Thumbnail
Squirrels of the CSU campus are now classified as their own species, according to a recent zoological report. [Read More]
Thumbnail
Avoid those stripped by the squirrels... [Read More]
Thumbnail
No, their tails haven't been bleached. The two white-tailed squirrels living in Fulton resident Jim Pierson's back yard appear to have been born that way. [Read More]
Watch Rescue Squirrels Have The Most Patient Mom, an In the Wild video from The Dodo. [Read More]
Thumbnail
My backyard has been taken over by a group of very lively squirrels. They like to dig holes in my garden, flower pots and yard to hide the peanuts that... [Read More]
Thumbnail
"How many squirrels does it take to change a light bulb?" [Read More]
Thumbnail
It's the most wonderful time of the year. It's also the time of year when outdoor Christmas decorations get nibbled by little critters. [Read More]
Loading...
Preview