VOLUME 24 I NUMBER 3
Assistant Executive Director
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Susan C. Morse
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THE OUTSIDE STORY
Each week we publish a new
nature story on topics ranging
from “fisher cats” to bird feet.
“Cheap Canadian softwood has
allowed us to live in cheap-to-build houses; it’s allowed us an
endless supply of quilted toilet
paper.” From: Shedding Light on
the Canadian-Softwood Tariff
WHAT IN THE WOODS IS THAT?
We show you a photo; if you
guess what it is, you’ll be
eligible to win a prize. This
recent photo showed Indian
pipe (Monotropa uniflora).
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Photo by Nathanael Asaro
Photographer Nathanael Asaro got this shot from a
cliff overlooking Little Averill Pond in the northeast
corner of Vermont. “It had been cloudy all day and
the sun peeked through the clouds just before
sunset. The light was orange and golden glowing
on the tops of the trees,” said Asaro, who was
hiking with Hannah Beach. “We sat there looking
out across the land in awe of the beauty of autumn
in Vermont. As we were leaving, I took this photo
of her gazing at the scenery one last time.”