by Matt Bartmann North Forty News With his long white ponytail, Tim Starkweather of Larimer County looks like a hippie. But there’s no “slacker” stereotype about this guy. When it comes to work, he’s laser-focused. […]
No need to deadhead your sunflowers when their blooms are done. You might see some yellow on them yet—American goldfinches enjoy the tasty seeds.
I’ve tried. I’ve tried to pinpoint exactly when I gained an appreciation for cars (and machines in general, but that’s another story). As a teenager, I enjoyed the race-car video games more than any other. […]
Often mistaken for a hummingbird, the white-lined sphinx moth is often seen enjoying nectar from the same flowers as hummers, such as these nasturtiums. These moths are active both day and night, and you may […]
One never knows where they might find old, abandoned cars, trucks and machinery. Sometimes far back on old logging roads in the foothills or retired farm access roads in the plains that are now accessible […]
Hummingbirds are already heading south for the winter. Feeder visits by broad-tailed hummers are dwindling, with males being the first to leave. Rufous and calliope hummingbirds have already gone.
The Rist Canyon road resurfacing project is all but done. There will be no construction-related delays for those attending the Rist Canyon Volunteer Fire Department’s Mountain Festival on Sunday, September 3, across from Fire Station […]
If you have milkweed plants in your garden or yard, you may have seen monarch butterfly caterpillars munching away over the summer. Northern Colorado is not part of a major migration route, but you may […]