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In cold-weather months, golden eagles soar high above Virginia’s western mountains. Read more

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Forget that urban myth, the daddy longlegs is a harmless arachnid on stilts. Read more

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That’s not just the wind howling outside. Read more

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Red-cockaded woodpecker populations are growing in southeastern Virginia. Read more

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If a river otter is nearby, you can kiss the fish in your privately stocked pond goodbye. Read more

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The once and future mighty American chestnut. Read more

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You won’t see it on any menus, but the Atlantic menhaden lives to be eaten. Read more

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Aggressive and acrobatic, the ruby-throated hummingbird is a tiny delight. Read more

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Trekking through Shenandoah with the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries’ Bird & Wildlife Trail. Read more

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The rivers and ruins of Northern Virginia. Read more

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You’ll find forests, flowers, and Founding Fathers along the trails of Central Virginia. Read more

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The lone star tick is no passive bystander when blood’s on the menu. Read more

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Decorate with elements of Virginia’s native environment. Read more

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The reclusive Jefferson salamander is an important indicator of wetland health. Read more

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Untamed delicacies and hidden treasures. Read more

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Virginia’s longleaf pine had all but disappeared, but efforts are underway to restore the forests. Read more

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Just because you never see them doesn't mean the bobcats aren't out there. Read more

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Copperhead vigilantes, beware. Read more

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Virginia’s little brown bats fight for survival. Read more

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Telling gray treefrogs apart takes a good ear. Read more

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