Spring and Easter mean Peeps, miraculous marshmallow confections now making their mark in Easter baskets and sticky fingers.
Pinkletinks are spring peepers, those little frogs with big voices that herald the arrival of spring on our little Island.
Sea balls are orbs of vegetative (and sometimes synthetic) matter that appear on beaches. Reports of these spectacles are few and far between.
Frost bottoms — also called frost pockets — create the topography of this area and have some wild and unique attributes.
Moles have not been bestowed with the best of reputations. The Bible described them as “creeping things that creep on the earth.”
This month’s motto should be “win some, lose some.”
In our house, food is love, but spending an afternoon cracking claws and picking the meat from a mess of crabs shows both affection and dedication.
Groundhogs are marmots that belong to a group of large ground squirrels in the order Rodentia.
Crazy that snow is so simple, yet so complicated. We all know it is just frozen water, but describing it can get much more detailed.