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On frigid winter evenings, the hooting of a barred owl (Strix varia) serves as a reminder that the darkened forests of the Northeast are still very...

Last June my wife Marie and I encountered a mature wood turtle while walking through a forest near our home. We admired the intricate topography of...

The first snow may have disappeared so it’s hard to find animal tracks, but there are other wildlife signs that can be observed regardless of snow...

RV-Buying Mistakes to Avoid

12/28/20

Recreational vehicle sales are soaring, and the RV industry expects 2021 to be a record-breaking year. Dealerships say much of the demand is coming...

Nature’s special find

12/27/20

If you are out walking on an early winter morning, you might be lucky enough to see some of nature’s most beautiful and ephemeral sights: hair ice...

One night just before Christmas last year, my youngest daughter and I opted to walk the short distance home from dinner at my parents’ house...

Pine cones and seed pods and acorns, oh my!We are all being challenged to think differently about the upcoming holidays and find innovative ways to...

Tufted titmice flock to feeders

12/6/20

As winter approaches and snow coats the ground, the tufted titmouse (Baeolophus bicolor) will again become a ubiquitous backyard visitor. Familiar...

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