Monthly Archives: October 2017

Short-lived excitement at Cabot Head

On the morning of October the 20th, I spotted a small bird on top of a Spruce across the basin. I quickly put the scope on it and realized with delight that it was a juvenile Crossbill. No deep green

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Storms, Otters, and an Owl!

In the eight days since the last posting on the blog, the storms have continued to pound and hammer the area around the station. No less than four days (half the period of October 12th to 19th) had winds too

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Storms, Squirrels, and the Solitaire!

As I’m writing these lines, a strong, fierce East wind is blowing under a leaden and heavy sky, with temperatures far from the aforementioned heat wave. Finally, this morning, it feels like Fall. Because of these strong winds, our nets

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