Tag Archives: herpetology

Birdy Shores

With shorebird migration approaching its peak, birders are scrambling to catalog and count the feathered travelers as they make their way south. Stopover sites where flocks gather to refuel are major hotspots for naturalists at this time of year, and everyone … Continue reading

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Songs of Summer in Suffolk

With school over until fall and temperatures rising to seasonal highs, it’s easy to give into laziness at this time of year. My first academic cycle as a full-time teacher is complete, and it feels great to have that achievement under … Continue reading

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Slime Time Radio

Most of my posts so far have focused on seabirds and other creatures of the deep, due to the nature of my job and current location on the coast of Maine. I do, however, have interests beyond birding and marine … Continue reading

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