Field Guide to February 2022
This month, wildlife and the rest of us here in New England will cross a threshold that’s arbitrary yet not insignificant: 10 hours of daylight. There’s no doubt that we’ve got a lot more winter ahead, but change is coming. So here are a few February natural history tidbits to help get your hopes up, no matter what that groundhog predicted.
Vermont Town Birding Challenge
Vermont’s 251 towns offer up a vast array of habitats and birdlife. Recently, Vermont birder Bob Heitzman accomplished his goal of birding in each of Vermont’s 251 towns, a monumental achievement! Learn how focusing your birding efforts at the town level can be rewarding in so many different ways.
Rusty Blackbirds: Looking Forward, Looking Back
Tracking Rusty Blackbirds Northbound and SouthboundTracking Rusty Blackbirds Northbound and Southbound
Blackbird Backlash- Going Beyond Conserving the Cute and Cuddly
The Rusty Blackbird Spring Migration Blitz is in full swing, and opening weekend was a huge success. Birders from all…
This month’s eNews features Rusty Blackbirds, a new “Suds & Science” lecture series, racy insights on Groundhog Day, and news…
“Getting Rusty” with a Spring Migration Blitz
Have you heard a squeaky-hinge song lately, or seen a flash of rust-tipped feathers under a bright yellow eye? Once…