VOLUME 23 I NUMBER 4
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 black swallowtail caterpillars
to multiflora rose.
“It seemed like it took only minutes
to completely strip a trunk. Afterwards
the trees looked golden and glowed
amidst the dark maple boles that
From: Birch Peelers
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what it is, you’ll be eligible to win
a prize. This recent photo showed
erineum galls (also known as maple
velvet gall) on a sugar maple leaf.
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Photo by Zack Clothier
Whiteface Mountain in the Adirondacks of
New York is bathed in warm alpenglow.
Photographer Zack Clothier captured this
shot from Cherry Patch Pond shortly after
the sun sank below the horizon.