It’s Up to You – Cast Your Vote by January 15th
Treehouse Wildlife Center is going old school again this year
for the contest with voting by mail. Every $1 will equal one
vote for your favorite animal, so $1 = 1 vote, $5 = 5 votes.

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Who Will Be Crowned the
2021 Critter of the Year?

The Prairie Land Buzz Magazine2021-10-01T15:49:37-05:00

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Who Will Be Crowned the 2021 Critter of the Year?

 Isaac Newton, a Turkey Vulture, was admitted to Treehouse Wildlife Center on May 29, 2014, from Palmyra as a nestling. He was found after his nest was accidentally destroyed during the demolition of an old farmhouse. Isaac had a wing and neck injury from the accident which required a lot of care in order for him to recover, and unfortunately, he became human imprinted during this time so could [...]

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Welcome to The Prairie Land Buzz – a FREE publication developed to promote pride in our region’s heritage.  The editorial platform of The Buzz is simple.  Stories are about the people – farmers, gardeners, artists, scientists, musicians, educators, business owners and entrepreneurs – all within the context of the region, and the spirit of the people.

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Welcome to The Prairie Land Buzz – a FREE publication developed to promote pride in our region’s heritage.  The editorial platform of The Buzz is simple.  Stories are about the people – farmers, gardeners, artists, scientists, musicians, educators, business owners and entrepreneurs – all within the context of the region, and the spirit of the people.

We also have special departments, like free classified ads and a calendar of events in every issue.  And because living on and with the land has always been so important to the region, farming, gardening and agriculture will always have a strong presence in the magazine.

The first issue of The Buzz was printed and distributed in December 2009 and has experienced exciting and steady growth with each issue thanks largely in part to loyal readers and supportive businesses and advertisers

If you have comments, questions, or even suggestions on a possible story, go to the contact page and send us an email.  We’d love to hear from you.

And if you like The Buzz, make sure you patronize and thank the advertisers. Their support is the reason the magazine can be brought to you FREE every month!

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