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By Dave Curry On Wednesday, February 10th, 2016
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Great Backyard Bird Count starts Friday

This juvenile female sapsucker has been an unusual visitor to Dave Curry’s Arbovale feeder this winter.  These birds usually winter much further south. Photo courtesy of Dave Curry It’s that time again. A More...

By Dave Curry On Thursday, February 4th, 2016
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Hensler top scorer in Senior Night game

PCHS Senior J.D. Hensler goes for a layup against a Moorefield Yellow Jacket defender at the Senior Night game last Thursday. Hensler was the top scorer, putting a total of 32 points on the board. Photo courtesy More...

By Dave Curry On Wednesday, January 20th, 2016
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Field Notes

Bear season for 2015 is over and West Virginia hunters had another banner year, harvesting a record 3,195 bears. That number is up 34 percent over the 2014 total of 2,385 and 17 percent over the previous record More...

By Dave Curry On Wednesday, January 13th, 2016
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Field Notes

The abnormally warm weather of December broke records for mildness and confused Mother Nature into an early show of spring. Bulbs emerged out of the ground and some shrubs prepared to bloom. In my yard in Arbovale, More...

By Dave Curry On Thursday, December 31st, 2015
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Field Notes

As 2015 comes to a close, it seems appropriate to tie up some loose ends before proceeding into the New Year. And now would be a good time to wrap up last summer’s birdhouse summary for area cavity nesters. Twenty More...

By Dave Curry On Wednesday, November 4th, 2015
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Field Notes

For all of you early risers out there, you may have taken notice of a pile of bright stars in the morning sky. They can be found above the eastern horizon just before sun-up. And they are not really stars at all, More...

By Dave Curry On Wednesday, September 9th, 2015
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Fall Webworms set up camp in county

Fall webworms can be found on more than 90 species of trees and shrubbery, but in Pocahontas County they seem to prefer cherry, hickory and apple. The nasty webs may persist throughout the winter, but otherwise More...