VOLUME 23 I NUMBER 3
Dave Mance III
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THE OUTSIDE STORY
Each week we publish a new
nature story on topics ranging from
bee mimics to edible weeds.
“At the water there was a sky
like in a Hudson River School
painting. Seabirds – common
terns, I guess – were circling,
and feinting, and then plunging
through golden light into the
From: On The Coast
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Cover Photo by Roger Irwin
Photographer Roger Irwin called this bull
moose down from a ridge of East Mountain,
near Line Brook in the town of East Haven,
Vermont. “I could hear him coming for 15 or
20 minutes before he came into sight,” says
Irwin. “It is always a thrill to call in a nice
bull; they will stop every so often to rake the
bushes with their antlers. I took this shot as
he was leaving….He had decided I really
didn’t look like a cow moose!”