cedar berries
Dick Jennings has a reason to be blue. His beloved red cedar trees on Cape Pogue are bare of blue berries. Naked, scaly branches offer no lunch for...
What’s up tonight? The answer is definitely Jupiter throughout October. Have you noticed the solar system’s largest planet in the night sky this...
Go Purple! Whether on the field with the cheering crowds and uniformed players, or in the high grass with late blooming flowers, you are likely to...
Don’t blame the goldenrod. The sneezing, itching and irritated eyes and nose are not caused by the fabulous yellow blooms that are shining golden...
oakworm caterpillar
The way to this caterpillar’s heart is through its stomach. No doubt you are familiar with the eating machine that is the subject of this week’s...
It’s Derby time and all across the Island, anglers will be spinning fish tales. Some will have only stories, while others with more skill (or perhaps...
Tomato Hornworm
There is nothing I appreciate more than hearing from folks with inquiries, observations and article ideas. Susan Gomez and I ran into each other in...
spider crab
Portly, slow and trashy are only complimentary to a spider crab. Spider crabs, also called portly crabs, need little introduction.
cherries
It's late summer and I am finally getting into the spirit. My inspiration is a bumper crop of wild cherries, which will make for a very cordial...

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