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Putting on a show


As a naturalist, I’ve been accused of doing some pretty crazy things in search of fascinating nature sightings or memorable outdoor experiences...

A red-tailed hawk spent the morning in the South End of Concord on Thursday near the parking lot of the Dunkins on South Main Street. State...

Hay feeders can be cow traps


Topper’s horns were wedged tight in the metal hay feeder. While reaching for a tasty bit of hay, he pushed his head into the feeder and turned his...

Couples choose Zero-Waste weddings


To protect the environment, many couples are saying “I do” to Zero-Waste weddings, focusing on sustainability for everything from floral design and...

DNA testing for cattle


When calves are born at Miles Smith Farm in March and April, it’s obvious who their moms are. They’ll be nursing, protecting and generally fussing...

An annual hike in memory of his friend


My friend Marcus Harmon loved to hike Mount Monadnock. We had talked about hiking it together on many occasions, but life and schedules, work and...

Even cows need a nice pampering


Kelsie struggled a bit in the squeeze chute as she settled in for her yearly pedicure. With a rope attached below her “dew claws,” we gently lifted...

Didi greeted the morning’s final visitor with a wet kiss.“They’re people pleasers,” said Wes Guerin, senior musher at Muddy Paw Sled Dog Kennel in...

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