Weekly Notes – October 20, 2013

Fall is all about color and I have found some butterflies and blossoms still lingering in amongst the fallen leaves not to mention the brook trout are spawning.

Weekly Notes, June 23, 2013

Butterflies, Treefrogs, Fawns and more in this week’s Maine Nature News.

Quoddy Nature Notes Northern Leopard Frogs

Quoddy Nature Notes – Northern Leopard Frogs

Weekly Notes, May 5, 2013

Bluets &Wood Ducks, Alewives & Sturgeons, Pickerel Frogs and Coltsfoot blossoms all happening without any rain in this week’s Maine Nature News.

Quoddy Nature Notes April Amphibians

April is amphibian month, wood frogs, spotted salamanders and more are found on an evening explore in the Quoddy Region.

Weekly Notes March 31, 2013

Turkeys, Turtles, Peepers and Bird Nests in this weeks Maine Nature News.

Robin’s Journal – A Dirt Road, a Mole and Moose

The sun was out yesterday morning. I swear I could hear the dirt roads calling. “Come out for a ride. You know you want to.” I filled the CamelBak with cold water and lime slices, got the bag of almonds to munch on and grabbed the camera. I went to Democrat Ridge first, discovered wet […]

Quoddy Nature News – April Amphibians

Amphibians, especially spawning amphibians, usually like things a little damp, but we had mostly non-amphibian weather in the Quoddy region during the first half of April. March was warm and pretty dry, and some pools had disappeared before spawning season had begun with earnest. There is a combination of factors that precipitate spawning in early […]

Quoddy Nature Notes

by Fred Gralenski Many years ago when I was a young student I was supposed to read that “April is the cruelest month” by some famous writer or something.  I don’t remember that it had to do about nature, so I guess I didn’t pay much attention.  Now that I’m an old geezer, I think […]

Quoddy Nature Notes – Spring Wrap Up

Here it is, June, so spring in the Quoddy region is essentially over.  Now is the time to take a deep breath, stand back a bit from the clutter of ongoing projects, both physical and mental, and wonder, “What happened?” Our spring arrived early this year, and the leaves and flowers followed suit.  The amphibian […]