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I grew up on a street lined with tall, stately elms. While walking to school one day, I found a bird’s nest that the wind had blown down. The nest...

 The U.S. Forest Service’’s Mount Washington Avalanche Center announced Monday that the closure order of the east-facing terrain on Mount...

Early summer is upon us and the spring soundtrack of bird songs has begun to diminish. Courtship refrains are no longer the birds’ priorities. As...

miscellaneous menus


Many of us have modified our eating habits lately because of closed restaurants and changed food distribution systems. However, our wild neighbors...

I love that time in spring when the hills around my house change from gray and brown to shades of yellow, green and red. The trees have not yet...

One spring-like afternoon this winter, I was skiing near Middlebury, Vt. The trail followed Otter Creek, weaving through cedar patches, hemlock...



I don’t need to tell you that we are living in an extraordinary time. Every day, new closures or cancellations are announced, new cases of COVID-19...

Land nesters


If ever there was a time to look to nature for some grounding, a place to escape and a reminder of normalcy, this is one of those times. Recently...

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