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As spring warms the water, a turtle, covered by leaves and mud at the bottom of a wetland where she hibernated for the winter, awakens.Emerging...

Homeyer: Some native shrubs to consider

6/24/22

Many of the “cast iron” shrubs that no one can kill are now deemed invasive: barberry, burning bush, multiflora rose and bush honeysuckle. And many...

This week is National Pollinator Week (June 20-26), a time to raise awareness of the importance of pollinators and to encourage people to protect...

‘Witchity, witchity, witchity.” I know that common yellowthroats have returned to my neighborhood in spring when I hear that distinctive song. With...

At this time of year when we have been celebrating our mothers, it’s also a great time to explore how the maternal instinct manifests itself among...

The life cycles of the three species of stream salamanders native to New England – northern two-lined, northern dusky, and spring – are closely...

The Outside Story: The nature of nest-building

4/17/22

Birds use a wonderful variety of materials and techniques to create their nests. Some nests are small and tidy, like grass baskets lined with cozy...

Take Me Outside: Tale of tree rings

3/12/22

Take Me Outside is a monthly feature exploring New Hampshire wildlife and the natural environment. Ruth Smith, earned a master's degree and state...

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