By Jane Naliboff
Mrs. Phoebe has settled into her cozy nest to which she added lint, cedar tips and feathers this season on top of the existing nest. A phoebe nest has been in that spot for at least 30 years. We removed it once to paint the house, and the following spring she, or another phoebe, came back and built a new one, just like the old one. It’s a perfect spot under the eves in a corner of our house.
By Steve Muise
Black and White Warbler just outside of the Flint Woods.
What do you get when you cross turkey hunting, spring fishing, and fiddleheads? A busy day! I woke up early on Thursday, which was already shaping up to be a spectacular spring day, and escaped to a spot in the woods I’ve been itching to try for turkeys. A field of last year’s medium-length grass [...]