Crowds gathered Thursday to watch the Gay Head Light move slowly away from eroding cliffs.
The large gibbous moon passes by the ringed planet Saturn this weekend. Take a look at any time in the early evening.
Just before noon on Thursday, the Gay Head Light departed the spot where it has stood for 159 years. The Island’s oldest lighthouse is now slowly...
I was all set to complain about the weather this week—extremely dry with my least favorite—ill winds!
You can see wintercress, known also as yellow rocket, rocket cress and wound rocket, flowering now.
The first young birds born this year are leaving their nests and making their appearance.
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