Sunday Nature Walk: The Controversies Behind the Snowy Owl

Every year, the quick change in temperature that occurs from November to December creates a frenzy for many different species. Mammals hastily fill their food caches, songbirds migrate south for the winter, and many reptiles and amphibians enter some form of hibernation or deep sleep. Continue reading “Sunday Nature Walk: The Controversies Behind the Snowy Owl”

Column: Our Woodland Neighbors

The bark of the fox was loud, close, and strident. Was it distressed? I ran downstairs to check, unsure what I would do if the animal were injured. I looked out the front window and scanned the road. No fox, but a bobcat sauntered down the path through the garden. I knocked lightly Continue reading “Column: Our Woodland Neighbors”

Wildlife In Crisis Seeks Donations in Bear 211’s Memory

Weston-based Wildlife in Crisis is raising funds to honor Bear 211, a black bear who was humanely euthanized after being severely injured by a hit-and-run driver in Easton on Monday.

Bear 211, a young male, was beloved and often spotted slumbering in hammocks and taking dips in Continue reading “Wildlife In Crisis Seeks Donations in Bear 211’s Memory”

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