Now passing you by is one of the planet's great events — an epic migration like no other. Painted Lady, the world's most widespread butterfly, is on the move. We've been seeing them bigtime here in New England the past few weeks.
Congratulations, Vermont. You've got a new dragonfly — and a "new" plant.
The glow and the light here in three panoramic images from the mountains of Vermont.
At long last, I stand with President Trump. Let us ridicule Washington no more as a swamp. A cesspool? Certainly. A sewer? Sure. But not a swamp. Not as a metaphor for our center of dysfunction, corruption and angry tweets. Swamps deserve far better.
Scenes from flight season here in Vermont — and beyond.
News from the frontiers of blue butterflies and burgundy damselflies.
Here on Monhegan Island, off Maine's midcoast, I noticed a Philadelphia Vireo this morning — underwater.
Trees speak many languages: their leaves whoosh in summer, their trunks creak in winter. At the onset of spring, however, trees become sounding boards for courtship. Before the thrushes and warblers and sparrows arrive to sing from branches and boughs, woodpeckers kick off the spring chorus with a drum roll.
Today we launched the Vermont Damselfly and Dragonfly Atlas, which allows anyone to report, track, study, discover or simply enjoy these charismatic insects.