VCE’s biannual Field Notes is out and it is full of amazing photos and fascinating stories. Learn about the most-endangered (and oddly-named) species in Vermont and how VCE is involved. Peer into vernal pool food webs with VCE biologists studying mercury contamination, and discover a bird migration hotspot on the coast of Maine. You’ll also travel south of the border and meet one of VCE’s key conservation partners in the Dominican Republic, and follow along as VCE tracks Bobolinks to Columbia.
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I have a question about a bush that is budded and wonder if you can tell me what it is. How can I send you a picture?
Hi, you can post the image, and any really, on our site called iNaturalist Vermont at http://www.inaturalist.org/projects/vermont-atlas-of-life. It is really easy to use and you can share all of your observations there.