September 2021 eNews
In September, summer's heat slowly fades into crisp autumn mornings and signals the end of another exciting field season for VCE biologists. This eNews shares their updates, including a new loon record, monarch blitz highlights, a surprising Mt. Mansfield banding turnout, and much more.
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August 2021 eNews
The final, sweltering days of summer are here and this month's eNews is full to the brim! Read our whip-poor-will team's end-of-season report, discover which butterfly species was recently sighted in Vermont, get an update on this year's moth blitz, and, of course, find out what to keep your eye out for this month in Field Guide.
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April 2021 eNews
The Field Guide to April, dancing porcupines, flying squirrels, moving mammals, springtime slime - and more! April eNews is packed with fascinating natural history tidbits, conservation news, and VCE events.
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February 2021 eNews
In this month's issue you'll find the 2020 eButterfly year in review, VCE's virtual events line up, and the fascinating field guide to February, featuring Star-nosed Moles, Fishers, Snow Scorpionflies, and more!
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November 2020 eNews
The month of November has more to offer than a lot of sticks! Read on to learn about jumping worms, luminous larches, strategic shrews, butcher birds, and other natural history tidbits to look for outdoors. And you'll find VCE research updates and virtual events in this issue, too.
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June 2020 eNews
What's in this month's eNews? Rediscovery of a lost lady beetle, Backyard Bird Quest results, first round winners of the Vermont Atlas of Life Observation Contest for K-6 Graders, natural history wonders in the Field Guide to June, and other interesting tidbits (and as always, lots of fabulous photography)!
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May 2020 eNews
This month's issue is packed with an impressive list of events (both virtual and "real life"), eButterfly news, your Field Guide to May, Backyard Bird Quest 2020, World Migratory Bird Day, Outdoor Radio, and more.
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