VOLUME 23 I NUMBER 1
Dave Mance III
Meghan McCarthy McPhaul
Susan C. Morse
Liquid Studio / Lisa Cadieux
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THE OUTSIDE STORY
Each week we publish a new nature story
on topics ranging from owl courtship to
Still, I think it’s important to acknowledge
the fear and resentment some rural
people feel toward federal ownership and
regulation of the land they live near and
work on. It’s not so different from understanding how municipal planning and
policing have contributed to the angst in
urban black communities that’s at the heart
of the Black Lives Matter movement. From:
Reflections on the Standoff in Oregon
WHAT IN THE WOODS IS THAT?
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it is, you’ll be eligible to win a prize. This
recent photo showed needle damage
caused by balsam twig aphids.
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Photo by Roger Irwin
“I was walking through my woodlot in early
May looking for a grouse drumming area, and
spotted this hare lying on a boulder soaking up
a bit of late afternoon sun,” said photographer
Roger Irwin. “I worked my way around some
brush that was between us and, on my knees,
moved the tripod and camera closer a little at
a time, until I was about 20 feet from it. He or
she was very tolerant and let me get a few
shots before hopping away.”