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Plenty of backyard birdwatchers consider blue jays (Cyanocitta cristata) the villains of the avian world. Mark Twain best summarized anti-blue jay...

Forest lookouts great for views

9/27/20

There is just something special about spending time outside during a New Hampshire fall.The cool, crisp autumn air partnered with the beautiful...

TIME TO TRAVEL

9/8/20

Many people have curtailed travel plans this year because of COVID-19 but the virus has not interrupted travel plans for migrating birds. They are...

One summer day I lifted the black plastic top of our composter and jumped back, startled — a large snake was curled up on top of the compost. The...

FINDING FERNS

8/5/20

At this time of year many people, not just gardeners, think about plants. Gardens are lush with flowers and ripening vegetables. Meadows, wetlands...

The Outside Story: Muskrats swimming through summer

7/26/20

We were touring the neighborhood backroads one summer evening when the kids noticed a sleek movement through a small pond. At first, we thought it...

What’s in a name?

7/14/20

Getting into the clear, refreshing water of a lake or pond is one of the things I enjoy most about summer. When it comes to choosing a place to...

SMALL but MIGHTY

7/8/20

I think one of the reasons our beautiful New Hampshire countryside is still so sparsely populated is the abundance of insects that fill the air...

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