Bald Eagles –  A Conservation Success Story

Bald Eagles – A Conservation Success Story

While the groundhog has proclaimed spring is on its way, it still feels like the woods are in a deep slumber. Despite the quiet there is something exciting happening right now high up in the trees. Indiana bald eagles are mating and laying their eggs.

Welcome wildlife to your backyard habitat

Welcome wildlife to your backyard habitat

Habitats need plants that provide berries, fruit, nuts and seeds throughout the season. The birds, amphibians, and bats you attract will reward you by eating mosquitos. Nectar producing plants will attract butterflies as well as hummingbirds...

Announcing: Fall Creek Woods

Announcing: Fall Creek Woods

The new property, Fall Creek Woods, is the 13th Red-tail nature preserve. It brings the total land permanently protected by RTLC through ownership and conservation agreements to 2,625 acres.