Citizen Science, Advocacy, Articles
Wood Thrush Deep Woods Serenade
Birder’s World, June 1997
A sudden burst of notes leaped into the dusk, a flute-like “ee-o-lay” followed by a slower, bell-like trill. The song echoed against a steep hill across a creek…
TURNING NO-MAN-LAND’S INTO A NATURE PRESERVE
Story copyrighted by Big River Magazine, Pamela Eyden, All Rights Reserved
The preservation of Aghaming’s nature and Richie’s involvement, courtesy of Big River Magazine May-June 2018.
PASSENGER PIGEON WALKS
The Mississippi River Revival sponsored newspaper columns and spring walks, advocating to protect Aghaming Park and Preserve, 1,000+ acres of wetland (backwater) habitat used by the red-shouldered hawk and other declining wildlife species.