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However you celebrate this mid-winter holiday, remember that the animals are celebrating it too, in their own ways.read more
Unlike many of the green plants that we have in our area, mosses can survive and photosynthesize even during the harshest winter months. While their success is largely due to their small size, mosses have many other traits that allow them to stay active through New York’s tough winter weather.read more
Change is inevitable. Night becomes day. Winter gives way to spring. Caterpillars turn into butterflies, eggs into baby birds, acorns into mighty oaks, seedpods into clouds of fluff. I close my eyes in the dark and wake up with the sun streaming in my window. The...read more
One of my favorite things to do on winter walks is look for animal tracks. Creatures can hardly avoid leaving their mark in the winter snow.read more
I have a sign that says “if people bring you dead things and it gets you excited, you might be a naturalist.” It is part of campaign that the National Association for Interpretation is running, but that one made me laugh, and is quite accurate so I printed it and hung...read more
Sometimes it is more about getting out there, not how far you go.read more