erosion

climate change

For plant lovers, the witching hour is nigh. The wild women of yore will not be flying in on their broomsticks, though it will soon be a time...

I need to fall on my sword. Last week’s column had several typographical errors for which I need to accept full responsibility. As you may know I...

Dancing downy woodpeckers

There has been a good deal of talk about crows recently, so I thought I would put my oar in. There probably have been fish crows on the Island for...

On Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m. the Trustees of Reservations is holding a guided walk through the brickyard ruins of Chilmark. During the walk...

cormorant

The double-crested cormorant may be legally protected, but if the town of Chilmark and the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) get...

crows

There is a group of about 1,500 winter commuters a day between the Cape and Martha’s Vineyard, and not one of them takes the ferry. They all fly...

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