VOLUME 23 I NUMBER 3
Dave Mance III
Meghan McCarthy McPhaul
Susan C. Morse
John K. Tiholiz
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THE OUTSIDE STORY
Each week we publish a new
nature story on topics ranging
from catch and release fishing
to the behavior of cowbirds.
“There is scat. It almost always
appears on the dashboard, just
above the radio where I’m sure
to see it.”
From: Driving a Midden
WHAT IN THE WOODS IS THAT?
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guess what it is, you’ll be eligible
to win a prize. This recent photo
showed black cherry finger gall.
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Photo by Jerry Monkman
“I made this photo at dawn from Zealand
Falls in the White Mountain National
Forest,” said photographer Jerry
Monkman. “This was the first place my
wife Marcy and I hiked to when we moved
to New England 20-plus years ago and it
has remained a favorite spot of ours.”