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It was cold and blustery on Jan. 2, but that didn’t stop a large number of Island birders from heading out into nature for the 56th annual Christmas...

The crescent moon will appear close to the red planet Mars in the wee hours of Monday morning.

Last year there were sightings of more than 28,000 birds. Who knows what's in store for Jan. 2 when the official count takes place on the Island.

Since it was warm on Christmas Eve, I left my windows open. My rooster woke me around four o’clock. He tends to start early when the moon is full.

The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank Commission voted to ban drones from its nearly 3,100 acres of conservation property on the Island.

The day after Christmas, Ken Magnuson spotted a Pacific loon off Lobsterville, a rare and exciting find for Island birders.