Dale Weiler's blog

Tuesday, 13 March, 2018
Falling in love with hellbenders was easy.  Memorializing this prehistoric looking creature in stone, not so easy. But once you see “Hellbenders Rock”, a first-ever hellbender sculpture for Dale, you may fall in love too.Read more: http://weilerwoodsforwildlife.com/latest-news/hellbenders-rock/
Thursday, 8 February, 2018
Our love story told by Vince Verrecchio in Foothills Magazine, Feb 2018. Enjoy and let us know what you think!Read more: http://weilerwoodsforwildlife.com/latest-news/our-love-story/
Thursday, 26 October, 2017
What do hummingbirds and hellbenders have in common? And how are snowy owls helping both?  And more importantly, how does all this fit with our (WWW) mission to help wildlife? Hmmm.First, some facts. Most hummingbirds migrate each spring and fall between Central America/Mexico and the United States/Canada. This summer we are enjoying several ruby-throated hummingbirds in our North Carolina backyard. We often know where they winter and summer but where do they stop during migration? We also know many fly over the Gulf of Mexico on a 500 mile non stop journey. Makes us...