erosion

climate change

The once dominant planet in our evening sky, Venus has disappeared and won’t reappear until late this month.

The 62nd annual Christmas Bird Count was held on Jan. 2, and as reported last week the weather was not bad, nor was it good, for finding birds.

Just when you thought it was safe to get back on the trails. (Cue the Jaws soundtrack.)  

If climate change put Martha’s Vineyard under a magnifying glass, tiny Chappaquiddick is under a microscope. Work has begun on an emergency response...

Three planets hover over the western sky tonight after sunset. We’ve all been watching the brightest of them all, Jupiter high in the western sky....

Christmas Bird Count. We lucked out — sort of — this year.

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