Articles by Jill Nadeau

A few of snowy owls generally make it to Wisconsin every winter, but some years many more of these white birds with large yellow eyes than normal visit – creating what's called an irruption
Conditions must be just right for blueberry plants to survive and produce fruit. And although Wisconsin's climate is perfect, the soil – especially in the southern part of the state – isn't what blueberries like,
When people think about preserving natural areas, many may think about government-protected lands – like state parks, national forests and state Department of Natural Resources wildlife areas. But land trusts are becoming an increasingly popular way to conserve land.
Slowly but surely, Kirtland's warblers are beginning to call Wisconsin home.
Have you noticed black splotches on the leaves of your maple tree this year? You're not alone.