• <p>Photo by Raymond Hennessy</p>

    What Does the Fox See?

    by David Brown | December 9th 2016
    A revisionist theory about the fox has been circulating for a while that challenges the animal’s legendary…
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The Outside Story

Weekly Quotation

Away from the coast in the northern portions of the Northeast, yellow-rumps are a prize on Christmas Bird Counts in December and early January. We usually hear them – their distinctive flat “chek” or high “tseep” notes – before seeing them.
—Bryan Pfeiffer, “The Winter Warbler," Northern Woodlands