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Connecting with Nature: St. John Trees in Bloom

I was happy to see some of my favorite trees blooming in the spring, even though there are still many bare and broken trees...

Connecting with Nature: VI Audubon Society Report on St. John Birds

I recently had an opportunity to participate in a presentation about the state of the birds on St. John, along with Elaine Estern and...

Connecting with Nature: St. John Monarchs and Milkweed

It turns out we have local varieties of both, and need to protect them. When Angie Dunson and Michael Riska, frequent St. John visitors, were...

Connecting with Nature: VI Audubon Society Report on St. John Birds

I recently had an opportunity to participate in a presentation about the state of the birds on St. John, along with Elaine Estern and...

Connecting with Nature: Drama in the Black Mangroves

What a joy to see the great egrets again, chasing each other around in the pond below my house in Fish Bay. I knew...

Connecting with Nature: Familiar Faces in the Snow

The holidays have come and gone and I am still in New York City. It has been a long time since I spent a...

Connecting with Nature: Celebrating Native Trees

Many people are mourning the loss of the iconic, frequently-photographed coconut palms along the north shore beaches. And some are questioning the National Park...

Connecting with Nature: Thankful for Life

This fall season has brought so much loss and devastation. Friends and neighbors are working wearily to restore some sense of normalcy, while many...

Connecting with Nature: Low Water Leads to Bird Fights

By April, the bottom mud was exposed in the shallow pond near our Fish Bay house. During months without rain there is no freshwater...

Connecting with Nature: Why the Red Face?

This winter I lay in bed wondering about the strange sounds I was hearing from the pond below our house. I had learned the...

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