Byline: By RUTH SMITH

In recent years the population of Monarch butterflies was so low that seeing just one of the large orange and black insects was reason to rejoice...

Frog chorus

7/1/17

Spring is usually the season associated with frog calls. It’s a thrill to hear the first spring peepers and wood frogs sending their songs into the...

A different kind of congress

4/1/17

The pages of this paper are full of political news, and this month I’ve decided to jump in and also discuss the activities of congress. But keep...

Bird populations see ups and downs

2/5/17

Birds, like all wildlife, depend on the abundance of food, water and shelter. Any change in habitat could cause fluctuations in their populations...

History and ecology of stone walls

12/31/16

Winter is a wonderful time to get out and enjoy the natural world. When I do, I often encounter old stone walls in the woods. These relics of our...

New Englanders have a right to brag about the fall foliage that graces our hillsides in September and October. The brilliant yellow, orange and red...

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