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I usually hear the kingfisher before I see it. If I'm reading by the lake, its harsh, rattling call gets my attention. I look up to see the flashy blue-and-white bird fly to a new perch or hover over … more
I really picked a great summer to begin a labor-intensive project. It has been amazingly humid this summer, and unlike many past summers, we haven't had as many breaks from it as we usually have. If … more
Enviros are furious at a Trump Administration rule change to freeze the Corporate Average Fuel Economy requirement for model year 2020 passenger cars at 37 miles per gallon, instead of increasing it … more
In the late 1930s, Gwendolen Howard left her seat in a London orchestra for a little house in the south of England, which she named Bird Cottage. There, she invited native birds to join her with … more
This is the time of year when backyard gardeners enjoy the rewards of the work they have put in over the past few months. For me, there is nothing better than waking up in the morning and grabbing a … more
We all know successful aging requires adjustments. If we demand of ourselves what we could do at 50 when we are 60 or 70, there will be a price to pay. It's part of growing older and is unavoidable … more
First let me say this: Anything that happens now with this current administration is a calculated move that is meant to diffuse and distract us from what's going on. I'm completely convinced now. I … more
With Donald Trump's nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court of the United States, the right to access abortion safely and legally in this country is on the line.Brett Kavanaugh has … more
For some time now, based on the charge of having a mental illness and being "a danger to self and others," those of us with labels of psychiatric illness can be locked up for as long as the medical … more
Most waterbodies marking a boundary between two states or countries have an imaginary dotted line running down their middle. The Connecticut River does not because as everyone `knows' the river … more
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