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climate change

It is finally getting a bit warmer, but since there is still snow on the ground, we need more signs of spring. This news about kestrels may help.

Wildlife tracker Tom Brown Jr. observes, “each day’s new landscape is like a new page, alive with the writings of animals.”

A complex and groundbreaking project that aims to bring back the heath hen is advancing “at lightning speed,” scientists said this week.

If you are out around midnight, look overhead at the stars and you’ll find all the spring constellations in view

At the Polly Hill Arboretum, horticulturalist Ian Jochems has started planting trees in the frozen ground — not living trees, but important stand-ins...

It has become increasingly difficult to write about gardening. For starters, I cannot find mine. Bear with me as I’m grasping!

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