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FIELD NOTES: THE WRONG HOLLOW – January 2018

FIELD NOTES: THE WRONG HOLLOW - January 2018

Toxic squirrels? Could it be that our red squirrels are so toxic that their predators won’t eat them? Well it appeared this way as I left two fresh killed up where I set my trail cam, which is usually baited with meat table scraps, and, as always scavenged by coyotes, bears or raccoons the first night.

THE WAY WE WERE – January 2018

THE WAY WE WERE  - January 2018

World War I is affecting Andes in ways small and large.

FIELD NOTES: CHAOS IN THE NATURAL WORLD – December 2017

FIELD NOTES: CHAOS IN THE NATURAL WORLD  - December 2017

Chaos on Route 30 and on a major trail intersection on the McShane property.

THE WAY WE WERE – December 2017

THE WAY WE WERE - December 2017

When automobile registrations and income tax laws were still being figured out.

FIELD NOTES: AUTUMN 2017 – November 2017

FIELD NOTES:   AUTUMN 2017 - November 2017

Jack claims no collusion with book reviewer, Jane Tompkins, regarding the topic of ocean surfing in last month’s issue. And now lots of wonderful bear sightings with photos.

The Way We Were – November 2017

The Way We Were - November 2017

Flooding news; long lives; a letter from M. Linn Bruce from the Western Front with General Pershing’s forces.