Wildlife Watch is a series of monthly stories by Honorary Director Marian Harman. Marian has been writing these since 1990! We’re delighted to feature her new stories here to share with you!
Wildlife Watch by Marian Harman – May 2023June 3, 2023
Where Have All the Fireflies Gone? Do you remember running around on the lawn at dusk, catching fireflies in a jar, looking at them with wonder, and then releasing them?
Wildlife Watch by Marian Harman – April 2023May 8, 2023
Spring Migration For ardent birdwatchers, nothing can be more exciting than seeing the first spring migrants. First to come in February are the blackbirds, red-winged blackbirds, grackles and cowbirds. Next
Wildlife Watch by Marian Harman – March 2023April 4, 2023
Spring Pools Spring has sprung in a way typical of New England: on and off rain, alternating warm and cold days, occasional spits of snow. This is the time of
Wildlife Watch by Marian Harman – February 2023March 7, 2023
Happy Spring? Lately, I’ve been having fun writing poetry, mostly about my walks. They are “prose poems”, they have no rhyme and no meter. In this free form, I can
Wildlife Watch by Marian Harman – January 2023February 11, 2023
Winter has finally arrived. When the snow flies so do the birds, arriving at our feeders in larger numbers. We get many different little brown birds that on quick inspection
Wildlife Watch by Marian Harman – December 2022January 6, 2023
Happy New Year! At this time of year, I like to review your wildlife reports from the past year. It has been a very different year in many ways. For