Observations from the web of nature
We had more birds than usual nesting in our yard this year.
Some new or rarely seen birds appeared in Cold River Camp during our White Mountain hiking vacation: cuckoos, peregrine falcon, and indigo bunting.
Three times in the last month, a creature has appeared in our yard as if arriving for a scheduled photoshoot.
A swimming muskrat makes waves that distort the reflective surface of the water in a fascinating pattern.
A fox sparrow visited our feeders the day after a snowstorm.
This past week we have seen deer in our yard several times in daylight or at twilight.
Christmas Day 2021 in Massachusetts brought a minor ice storm.
The foliage has been late this year because of the warm weather; fungi have been plentiful because of all the moisture.
Monarchs feasting on patch of thistles on Pemaquid Point, Maine
A trip to the White Mountains and New Hampshire seacoast with many butterflies, moths, and spiderwebs
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