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12:30pm

Thu April 10, 2014
-Nature of Things

The Red Fox

Red Fox
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In this archived broadcast, The Red Fox, John Weeks talks about the latest issue of one of his magazine's he receives features and article on the red fox. The fox is only 10-15 pounds, 3 feet in length and 15 inches in height. The Red Fox does not compare to any other types of foxes. The foxes are not worthy of their reputation. The Red Fox are full of great tails and they are quick animals. Weeks then tells the story about the first time he saw a Red Fox.

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12:30pm

Thu February 27, 2014
-Nature of Things

A Reprise On Roadside Viewing Of Wildlife

This archived broadcast, A Reprise On Roadside Viewing of Wildlife, from John Weeks',  Nature of Things, talks about a trip that he likes to take. Weeks says that he makes weekly trips to the Cayuga Nature Center on the west side of Cayuga lake and north of Ithaca. He talks about how he like's to get up  early and go and eat his breakfast on the way since there are many different things that he notices. Weeks' talks about during mid January the days are lengthened and there are birds everywhere as well as the different waterfall viewing that he notices.

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12:30pm

Thu February 27, 2014
-Nature of Things

A Reprise On Roadside Viewing Of Wildlife

This archived broadcast, A Reprise On Roadside Viewing of Wildlife, from John Weeks',  Nature of Things, talks about a trip that he likes to take. Weeks says that he makes weekly trips to the Cayuga Nature Center on the west side of Cayuga lake and north of Ithaca. He talks about how he like's to get up  early and go and eat his breakfast on the way since there are many different things that he notices. Weeks' talks about during mid January the days are lengthened and there are birds everywhere as well as the different waterfall viewing that he notices.

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8:25am

Fri January 11, 2013
-Nature of Things

Snowshoeing

John Weeks discusses his limited experience with snowshoeing and recounts various encounters with wildlife while out on the winter trails.

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