Birds

Wee, sleekit, cow’rin, tim’rous beasties

Ian Stewart These are the opening words of the poem ‘To a mouse’, written by the legendary haggis-eating Scottish poet Robert Burns in 1785 (which also contains the famous line oft-paraphrased as ‘The best-laid schemes of mice and men go often askew’). Although this is an apt description of mice it is also used to …

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Delaware Nature Society Eco-trip: Montana and Yellowstone

Story and Photos by Joe Sebastiani, Ashland Nature Center Manager What happens on a Delaware Nature Society Eco-trip? This spring’s adventure to Montana and Yellowstone featured lots of Black Bear, Grizzlies, Bison babies, over 150 species of birds, and world-class scenery. Throw in a few overnights in haunted hotels, cute mountain towns, and great food, …

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