time to place yard materials, like small trimmings and leaves, out at watersheds like creeks where it isn't, for Carolina Wrens, etc. write in a small pocket spiral notebook if you see an owl or diurnal raptor in a new nest. write it's local and report it to <eBird...>, <pabirds...> now is the time to start recording the condition of it, both old or newly freshly discovered. if a raptor is found, sprigs of greenery may still be present in the stick nest.
instructions of the game commission, and the sleeping turtles (you may find one in your older leaves piles and and. heated water is still most effective attractant in winter, and best feed per region, like thistle and dark-oiled sunflower seeds make and put up a winter bird roost box, all connected physically to enough habitat to know what you are looking at. , in Woodworking for Wildlife from the PGC, www.pgc.gov.