Weekly Notes ~ Twilight

Twilight, that time between night and day when the sun is below the horizon.

Weekly Notes ~ Bird Language

Nature’s creatures pushing forward as the ice and snow lingers in the north, blood moon and bird language hints at spring.

Weekly Notes ~ Phenomena of Phenology

Patience and persistence are found in studying the phenomena of phenology in nature’s ways.

Weekly Notes ~ Gulf of Maine Watershed

Where will all the snow go? Into the Gulf of Maine watershed, that’s where!

Tracks or Tricks in Mud Season

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?

Weekly Notes ~ Cycles in Nature

Earth is turning, snow is melting, birds are migrating, March is month to observe the cycles in nature.

Weekly Notes ~ January 2014

Winter weather roller coaster ride, LD 297, and observations from the field for the month of January 2014.

Weekly Notes ~ Bear Cub

Dawn Brown from Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation documents the development of three yearling bear cubs ready to return to the wild.

Weekly Notes ~ Winter Sky

January’s winter sky makes for interesting nature observation.

Weekly Notes ~ Tracks on Ice

A dusting of snow on a pond making ice provides a perfect opportunity to find tracks.