Summer 2003 FEATURES
A Century of Conserving Wildlife: National Wildlife Refugees in West Virginia
by Ed Henry
National wildlife refuges protect wetland habitat and inhabitants in West Virginia.
When It Comes to Trophy Bass, Sleepy Creek Is Not a Sleeper
by Gerald Lewis
This scenic Eastern Panhandle lake has a reputation for harboring big mouth bass.
Shedding Light on West Virginia's Cave-Dwelling Bats
by Craig Stihler
What you've always wanted to know about the state's diverse populations.
Beautiful Dancers: West Virginia's Dragonflies
by Jennifer Wykle
Though their names are as varied and colorful as their appearance, dragonflies and damseflies have one thing in common--their affinity for water.
Summertime and the Fishing is Easy
by Mike Shingleton
Summer trout fishing is hot in more ways than one.
Field Trip: Potomac Eagle Train
Wildlife Diversity Notebook: Timber Rattlesnake