Entries by Sue Adams

A Walk in the Woods

September/October Issue of Virginia Wildlife Magazine’s “A Walk in the Woods” Column by Mike Roberts (permission to reprint granted by Virginia Wildlife Magazine) Few North American birds are as striking in appearance as a drake wood duck; the vivid color combinations of this elegantly attired dabbler exceed artistic imagination. Add the gleaming rays of early […]

America’s Oldest Whitetail Hunter Does It Again!

Clyde Roberts turned 105 years young on October 29th and celebrated the occasion by spending the first five afternoons of Virginia’s 2018 muzzleloading deer season (excluding Sunday) sitting in his 20-foot tree stand. During that period, Clyde passed up opportunities at a number of young bucks feeding past his stand. Then, on Wednesday, and with […]

NASCAR Fan Mail

Ward Burton’s career with NASCAR ended some years ago, but the fan mail continues to arrive daily. Some send a single trading card, another will send a die cast car or two, while others send multiple items for Ward to autograph. It is not unusual to receive a box full of racing memorabilia from Ward’s […]

Trout Fishing in Yellowstone

While visiting Yellowstone National Park in late September, Mike Roberts, wildlife photographer/naturalist for the Ward Burton Wildlife Foundation, took time out to fish for cutthroat trout in Yellowstone Lake. This lake is the largest fresh water lake in the country above 7,000 feet. Mike recounts his experience in the video below. Please consider a tax […]