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There is a broad, craggy precipice in Franconia Notch, not far from my home, called Eagle Cliff. It was named in the 1800s for the golden eagles that nested there, back when the region was full of … more
When I make a new friend I always ask, "Are you a gardener?" Often younger people with kids say, "I want to, but I'm too busy." If you have limited time and space, you may wish to consider growing a … more
Feeding birds in winter is one of the nation's most popular wildlife-watching activities, yet many ornithologists say it's often more rewarding for people than for birds. And it might even put wild … more
I had an unusual visitor this week. There was no knock on the door, just the sound of bunk . . . bunk . . . bunk as he descended the stairs. He paused on the lowest step and scanned the room. I said … more
If you've visited any great gardens, you know that they consist of more than just flowers. They have fine trees and shrubs, pathways, perhaps stonework or pottery, maybe a bit of whimsy, or walls and … more
WINDHAM COUNTY — Two of our readers were able to capture photos of barred owls in the area. more
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