Today’s blog focuses on the Turkey Vulture, another one of the most commonly seen birds here in the Southeast. Before we talk about identifying characteristics though, I thought we could dive into the semantics of the terms vulture and buzzard, because it can be pretty confusing. Before researching this topic, whenever I heard the … Continue reading Let’s clear the air: a Vulture is not a Buzzard
This past week, April 8th to 14th, was National Library Week! Hooray! We hope everyone celebrated appropriately with books and movies borrowed from your library. If not, don’t worry, Governor Cooper has declared this month as Library Appreciation Month! National Library Week was first officially sponsored in 1958, making this the 60th anniversary! This week … Continue reading Libraries Lead
NC LIVE is pleased to announce a new eBooks Portal webpage available now from the NC LIVE website. The portal replaces a previous eBooks page that simply linked to each of NC LIVE's eBook Collections. This new eBooks Portal makes it easier for users of the NC LIVE website to browse and search all of NC LIVE's eBook … Continue reading The “New” NC LIVE eBooks Portal Page
By Stephen 2011 is the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War. A few months ago I wrote a blog about the books in the Fontana Regional Library outlining the events of the war. Now I want mention some the electronic sources you can use to learn more about the war in general, … Continue reading E-Resources For the Civil War
By Don Thanks to Paisley’s eye-opening docudrama about the world of Internet communications, we now know that people are not always in person who they appear to be online. As Paisley’s drama unfolds, we meet a guy who is short, chubby, mildly asthmatic, who drives a Hyundai, and still lives at home with his parents. … Continue reading I’m So Much Cooler Online!