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Quoddy Nature Notes
Anyone with a birdfeeder is familiar with the red squirrel, but did you know the diet of this rodent includes more than seeds and nuts?
Daylight savings time impacts our routines and schedules, while the seasonal changes of light affect our internal clock along with many species of wildlife.
Mice are fun things to study, especially during this time of year. It seems like in the attic or garage one can sometimes bump into a mouse or two.
Maine Nature Muse
Black bears are often near but a glimpse might be all we get or if we’re lucky a track. They are adapted to survive and thrive in Maine.
Wild creatures are usually on the sly and the only way to know what creature was there is from the tracks, but really, who was there?
March is my favorite month, the warm days hint of spring but the nights are still cold enough to hold the snow cover just a bit longer.