Woodpeckers often make a lot of noise and can also do some damage to buildings, but there are some simple ways to deter them and prevent these issues with these beautiful, amazing birds! Why Woodpeckers Peck The first step to minimizing woodpecker house damage is to learn why the bird
Dublin residents and students have many opportunities to connect with nature here in town, but there’s more to explore. Nature Education Coordinator Barbara Ray shares some statewide environmental education opportunities below: Urban Coyotes Event – November 28, 2017 Residents who hav
Distemper is most often found in raccoons and skunks, and occasionally fox. It’s highly contagious among these wildlife and often more than one animal in an area is ill. Unvaccinated dogs are also at risk, as distemper is highly contagious to dogs. An animal with distemper may c
If you wear perfume, you have a lot in common with skunks! The very chemical that makes skunk musk and spray so intense- a thiol, which is 1 sulfur atom hooked to 1 hydrogen atom – is used in perfume (in MUCH smaller concentrations of course!) as odor enhancer. Even if you’re not into
(Dublin, Ohio) – Nestled between Monterey Drive and Franklin Street on W. Bridge, the Dublin Cemetery has been a staple in the community since 1816. Now roughly 200 years later, the City of Dublin forestry team is breathing new life into the cemetery. A new pollinator garden created b
Whitetail deer fawns in Ohio are usually born between April and July. While you might feel compelled to “fawn” over these adorable creatures, you might have to look out for their parents. Deer with fawns less than three weeks old will defend their vulnerable babies, especially around
Contact the City of Dublin for General Wildlife Questions and Nuisance Wildlife Around Home - Not Sick or Injured. Contact Ohio Wildlife Center (SCRAM) for animals in need of IMMEDIATE ATTENTION ONLY, that is Sick, Injured, or Threatening on Public or Private Property.
Many residents remember the loud chirping or buzzing noises that distracted golfers and visitors at the Memorial Tournament back in 2004. It’s been pretty quiet since, until this year, when the periodical cicada made its return – four years ahead of schedule. There are two different s