VOLUME 24 I NUMBER 1
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Meghan McCarthy McPhaul
Susan C. Morse
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THE OUTSIDE STORY
Each week we publish a new
nature story on topics ranging
from tamarack to mink.
“On day one, using wood
pellets for heat reduces
greenhouse gas emissions
by 54 percent compared
to oil and 59 percent to
From: Wood is Great
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Photo by Chris Mazzarella
“Rainy days are great for photographing nature,” says
Chris Mazzarella. “I love the softness of overcast light,
along with the element of energy and movement
created by the falling rain.” He captured this image with
a 70-200mm f2.8 lens, wading knee-deep in a small
Vermont pond that was “bustling with springtime life.”