Spring 2004 FEATURES
The Wonder of Woodland Savannahs
by Shawn Head
Creation of savannahs opens up West Virginia woodlands to greater wildlife diversity.
Hughes Holds Huge Fish
by Scott Morrison
A variety of warmwater fishing opportunities await anglers on the Hughes River and its tributaries.
What's Eating Our Trees?
by Nanci Bross-Fregonara
West Virginia trees play unfortunate host to numerous plant pests and diseases.
Backyard Naturalist: Provide An Inviting Habitat
by Laura Curtis
Learn how to build a pond so that wildlife can drink and be merry.
Just Another Fish Story?
by Dan Cincotta
Using fish species as indicators of stream health is the goal of a statewide survey.
2004 Cooperative and Research Grant Recipients
Field Trip: Fernow Research Forest
Wildlife Diversity Notebook: The Loggerhead Shrike
Mountain State Flora