Five little ones, covered with down and with their eyes not yet open, currently reside in a bird box in … Continue reading Bird Babies
Chances are that if you’re on a camping trip in the New England woodlands this time of year you won’t … Continue reading Pitching Tents
“Earth laughs in flowers” -Ralph Waldo Emerson, Hamatreya Iris versicolor, commonly the blue iris, northern blueflag, or harlequin blueflag, blooms … Continue reading Lovely Iris
There’s no wonder that Edward Hitchcock, a former Amherst College geology professor, invented the term “scenographical geography” to describe the Holyoke … Continue reading Holyoke History
A walk in the woods is always filled with wonderful sights, and spotting this beautifully structured yellow birch was no … Continue reading Nurse Logs
Here’s a fun forest friend that anyone on the eastern side of the United States might be familiar with, the … Continue reading She Turned Me Into a Newt!