2024, 06 June

Lizard Life

Lizard Life

View the full issue in the Magazine Archive Komodo dragon. Photo © Sergey Uryadnikov|Dreamstime.com. Basking under Indonesia’s morning sun, the largest lizard alive lay still. Because the...

Favorite Focus, June 2024

Favorite Focus, June 2024

View the full issue in the Magazine Archive Iceberg Creek flowing out of Iceberg Lake in Glacier National Park. Photo © Aaron Stalter. Photo © Riley Kropf. Photo © Ben Fehr. Barred Owl. Photo ©...

Hindsight 20/20: Eclipse Photography

Hindsight 20/20: Eclipse Photography

View the full issue in the Magazine Archive April 8, 2024, has come and gone. Many of us had our calendars flagged on that date with “The eclipse” penciled in. Looking back, our vision is 20/20, as...

Grow Your Greens

Grow Your Greens

View the full issue in the Magazine Archive What would life be like without salads? A bit boring, wouldn't it? Have you thanked God for leafy greens lately? Of course, salads include a lot of...

Bog Slog, Part 1

Bog Slog, Part 1

View the full issue in the Magazine Archive “Let’s go on a bog slog! We’ll get to see carnivorous plants and bee-tricking bog orchids!” Friends and family often hear me say that during early June....

The Fascinating Acorn Woodpecker

The Fascinating Acorn Woodpecker

View the full issue in the Magazine Archive Acorn Woodpecker. Photo © Alain Poirot|Dreamstime.com. “RAT-TAT-TAT! Rat-tat-tat!”Listen to that woodpecker. It is a common enough sound, but how about a...

Skunk Spray Go Away!

Skunk Spray Go Away!

View the full issue in the Magazine Archive Reprinted from many years ago. It was with less humor, and more odor, that we prepared a skunk story for printing (years ago). You see, there was a...

You Can Draw a Painted Bunting

You Can Draw a Painted Bunting

View the full issue in the Magazine Archive God surely loves color, and He created us with that love as well! He designed a world with color and beauty. His basic colors seem to be blue, green,...

Fallen Jewel

Fallen Jewel

View the full issue in the Magazine Archive “Look, Mom!” I exclaimed as we pulled into our driveway. “The front door’s wide open!”“Oh, no,” she said, glancing up. “We probably didn’t shut it right...