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Nature Observations

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The Secretive Meadow Jumping Mouse Jan 15, 19 12:22 PM

This past weekend was New York City Audubon’s annual Montauk Winter Weekend, a trip I’ve been helping out with... more

Winter Egg Layers And Newborns Jan 8, 19 11:27 AM

Although January is officially our first “whole” month positioned in the winter season, there are a number of... more

A Look Back At Nature Sightings And Observations Of 2018 Dec 31, 18 10:57 AM

In this week’s column I’ll attempt to summarize some of the memorable nature sightings of the past year, and... more

Changes In Water Temps And Fish Populations Dec 17, 18 4:41 PM

A surprising fact that I learned from swimming at the East Hampton YMCA is that our sensitivity to water temperature is quite... more

Coastal Processes: What We’ve Learned Or What We’ve Forgotten? Dec 11, 18 9:15 AM

Global warming has been a prominent theme in the media this week. Among the various aspects of this issue is accelerated... more

Sightings: Snake And Wildflowers Dec 4, 18 9:20 AM

In a mid-November column I mentioned some weather statistics for Long Island showing that we were experiencing an unusually... more

Notes On The Bufflehead And Kingfisher Nov 26, 18 3:16 PM

While surveying an area containing two very small freshwater ponds and a saltwater cove in Southold last weekend, participants... more

November Sightings Nov 19, 18 10:55 AM

It’s been a warm, wet and windy fall this year. According to the National Weather Service’s records from their... more

Observations Of A Cooper’s Hawk Nov 12, 18 4:15 PM

Many songbirds form flocks in the fall, and these congregations, sometimes composed of several different species, travel... more

Long Island’s Missing Mammal: The Red Squirrel Nov 6, 18 8:55 AM

Our best known and most visible member of the squirrel family (sciuridae) is the ubiquitous and diurnal gray squirrel, but... more
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