High Windy Ridges
Wildlife Resources Section
personnel survey the unique plant
and animal life on high windy
ridges in eastern and southern
West Virginia. This information can
be used to measure the effects of
future human development.
Live trapping wild turkeys and fitting
them with radio transmitters has
provided wildlife biologists with
valuable information about both
turkey and hunter behavior.
Sunfish: Often An
Angler’s First Catch
Discover tips for catching the colorful
members of the sunfish family.
Carp are big, abundant and easy
to catch, if you have a little bit of
Backyard Naturalist: How and Why Birds Sing
Sense of Wonder: Animal Clues
Field Trip: Kanawha State Forest
Wildlife Diversity Notebook: Blue catfish