Monthly Archives: July 2016

Southward Ho’!

  The migration is already working its way back down the east coast! This is one of the neatest, non-colony-related things about working on Seal Island during the nesting season where you get to see the birds, all kinds of birds, in … Continue reading

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They’re growing up

I know this is Project Puffin, but oh, the terns.. I was there from the beginning, to witness mom and dad in the throes of courtship, wings drooped, tail erect, sharp bill pointed skyward as they strut in circles around … Continue reading

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Death as a part of life

Nature is harsh, unpredictable, relentless and doesn’t distinguish between species or age or whether a creature is cute or not. Death is a part of nature, and, while many people might not usually see it, it happens a lot, and those of us who … Continue reading

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