The following are articles Mark Spreyer has written in the Daily Herald:
♦ House Wren, known as the nonstop nester. MORE>
♦ Intelligent, resilient, abundant, meet the suburban Crow. MORE>
♦ Cooper’s hawk or peregrine falcon. How you can tell. MORE>
♦ Backyard visitors meet the possum, nature’s omnivore. MORE>
♦ Students get unexpected lesson in the food chain. MORE>
♦ Springtime means skunk season in the suburbs. MORE>
Various news items, featuring Stillman Nature Center:
♦ Mark Spreyer mixes humor and nature facts at book signing MORE>
♦ Stillman Nature Center on WGN TV (see the Long Eared Owl!) to promote the ‘Hoots and H’owls Fall Festival at Randhurst Village 2016 event MORE>
♦ Raptors @ Lord’s Park Zoo MORE>
♦ Stillman Nature Center the “Who’s who of Owls” program at the Bartlett Library MORE>
♦ Stillman Nature Center on WGN TV (see the Snowy Owl!) to promote the ‘Hoots and H’owls Fall Festival at Randhurst Village 2015 event
♦ Mark Spreyer’s article about Mulberries MORE>
♦ A visitor shot some great video of the Birds at the “Mother’s Day with Birds of Prey” event at Stillman Nature Center MORE>
♦ Stillman Nature Center Raptor Sunday ‘review’ MORE>
♦ Stillman Nature Center on the TV to promote the ‘Hoots and H’owls Fall Festival at Randhurst Village 2013 event MORE>
♦ New Year’s Day Walk at Stillman Nature Center MORE>
♦ Hear Mark Spreyer interviews on Public Radio. MORE>
♦ Rehabilitated owl released at Stillman MORE>
♦ Read about Stillman at the Migratory Bird Festival, held at Peck Farm Park MORE>
♦ Organizer's of Nature Photographer's Meetup have posted the pictures they took of the Raptors at Stillman MORE>
♦ Arlington Camera Club posted the pictures they took of the Raptors at past trips to Stillman MORE>
The Stillman Nature Center publishes nature articles on various topics periodically throughout the year. Below is a list of articles from Stillman as well as other articles that have appeared elsewhere. We hope you will find the articles to be interesting and educational. The articles will be downloaded as PDF files.
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