Water, Water Everywhere

Water, Water Everywhere

By: Chelsea Jandreau As I drove from downtown Jamestown towards my home, I was well aware of the potential obstacle I was about to face. It had been raining all day and quite heavily for the past few hours. My chosen path was leading me towards a wetland near the...
Liberty, Audubon’s Bald Eagle has passed

Liberty, Audubon’s Bald Eagle has passed

Liberty, Audubon Community Nature Center’s non-releasable Bald Eagle, passed away on Tuesday, October 25, 2022 after a series of recent health setbacks. Liberty arrived at Audubon in 2002 from the state of Washington, where a local woman discovered her with an...
Year-end Reflections

Year-end Reflections

By Sarah Hatfield The end of the year article is always my favorite, a chance to write about the past year, or the wishes for the coming one. To provide an opportunity to reflect on what has passed in order to move into the future. I’ll be honest, it’s freakin’ hard...
The Symbols of Winter

The Symbols of Winter

By Sarah Hatfield When I think about winter, there are a number of images that come to mind. After I get done internally grumbling (for I hate being cold), I settle into a type of mental torpor and sense of peace and serenity. Silent, snow-covered landscapes,...
Nature Calms

Nature Calms

By Jeff Tome Gentle waves lapped the shore with a soothing rhythm as we walked along the edge of Lake Erie. Loons were diving into the water and bobbing back up. Gulls screamed overhead and dove down to grab fish lurking just under the surface. The beach was almost...