Young Bucks Outdoors

Lessons outdoors are best taught by showing and telling

Lessons outdoors are best taught by showing and telling

By Cyndi Tomczak

Photo: Joshua Perez couldn’t wait to run and climb on this large, fallen tree. Joshua Perez and his Poppie were outdoors one cool morning last year, enjoying each other’s company and spending some time together when Mother Nature provided a quick lesson for the young man. John Bohac, Joshua’s grandfather, is better known as Poppie to his grandsons. It&rsq...

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Chart-topping attendance expected at NASP nationals

Chart-topping attendance expected at NASP nationals

By Buckmasters Online

Photo: The eighth annual Missouri NASP state tournament drew 1,450 students in grades 4-12 from 94 schools across the state. Congratulations to all the student archers who made it to nationals. Students, parents and coaches will be sporting their team colors, with archery bags in tow as they file into Louisville’s Kentucky Exposition Center May 12-14 for the 2016 Nat...

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YBO Critter Tales

More bad news for our friends, the bats
More bad news for our friends, the bats

By Katrina Morris, Georgia Dept. of Natural Resources

Photo: Georgia DNR's Jackie Beck swabs a bat to check for Pd. — Photo courtesy Katrina Morris. The past year brought a lot of news about white-nose syndrome, and little of it good. The fungus that causes white-nose, Pseudogymnoascus d... READ MORE


Young wildlife does not need to be rescued
Young wildlife does not need to be rescued

By Georgia Department of Natural Resources

“Rescuing” an animal can sometimes cause more harm than good, even when done with the best of intentions. This is often the case when people come in contact with seemingly orphaned young wildlife. “In most instances, there... READ MORE


Looking for citizen scientists to hunt bugs with a phone!
Looking for citizen scientists to hunt bugs with a phone!

By Buckmasters Online

Photo: You may have seen one of these bugs around your house. They can be a nuisance, not to mention they smell bad. These are brown marmorated stink bugs, an invasive species from China accidentally introduced to the United States in the l... READ MORE


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