On March 15, Luanne Johnson won the award for hearing the first red-winged blackbirds singing in a marsh.
Vineyard inshore fisheries almost came to a halt this winter, with ice more than a foot thick in some places. “This is probably one of the worst, if...
Spring is a week away and one of the change in season signs is “spring tide.”
I have a blooming snowdrop, a small but significant miracle. It only emerged as it is in a bare protected location.
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.”
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