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Why You Should Buy the Duck Stamp

Why You Should Buy the Duck Stamp

Every year since 1934, hunters hoping to go after waterfowl or other migratory birds have been obligated to buy a […]

We need a TV series featuring amazing scientists

We need a TV series featuring amazing scientists

I know a lot of scientists. Most are in the field of ecology and spend their days chest-deep in marsh […]

Nearly 1.5 million people responded to national monument public comment period

Nearly 1.5 million people responded to national monument public comment period

The Department of Interior opened public comment, perhaps unprepared for the avalanche of responses. When the portal closed on July 10, 1,459,940 people had commented, including me. Make no mistake, this is a lot.

The Return of the Common Raven

The Return of the Common Raven

Snow had already begun to fall over Moosehead Lake. It had been an unseasonably warm December  for Maine in 2015, but […]

Record-breaking Global Big Day

Record-breaking Global Big Day

On May 13, smack in the middle of Mother’s Day weekend, birders fanned out across the world to count birds […]

Stopping by Moores Creek National Battlefield

Stopping by Moores Creek National Battlefield

In the midst of patchwork agricultural fields, grown tall with corn, my husband and I discovered Moores Creek National Battlefield. […]

New Office, New Trails

New Office, New Trails

I have recently switched to a position at the Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance, moving from an office on the beach of […]

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