Nature Notes: Watching falcons, conserving water and more

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive
  • Fresh water is cheap and plentiful in Central Ohio, so many don't care about conserving it. Maybe we should. Here's why.
  • Peregrine falcons are nesting in Ohio. To see how our flying friends on top of the Rhodes Tower are doing, check the live FalconCam.
  • It was a nice day for a walk. I should've been walking from Scotland to England along St. Cuthbert's Way, a 60-mile path that winds through British countryside, historical sites and religious monuments.

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