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What To Do This Weekend: Dec 15-16 Practice yoga, search for owls, try science experiments, go on nature walks, look for winter birds, and more at a wildlife sanctuary this weekend. Greater Boston As part of Yoga and Mindfulness in Nature at Habitat in Belmont, enjoy a 45-minute slow...

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Students Take Action On Climate Climate change is the defining issue of our time. Perhaps no generation is more at risk to the impacts of this issue than those who are in school today.  In a study presented to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in 2016, a survey...

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Take 5: So Many Sparrows Sparrows have a reputation for being a bit tricky for beginning birders to identify. Thankfully, the colder months are a good time to get some practice in, with several common species overwintering here in Massachusetts, including American Tree...

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What To Do This Weekend: Dec 8-9 Look for seals, go on a holly walk, make a wreath or ornament, watch a documentary, search for birds, and more at a wildlife sanctuary this weekend. Greater Boston Go on a Family Bird Walk to learn how to use binoculars to search for the most common...

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An Epic Winter For Nomadic Finches Every few winters, several bird species abandon their normal wintering areas to our northwest, and move into Massachusetts by the thousands. While distantly related, redpolls, siskins, and grosbeaks all rely on food sources that go through boom and...

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Digging in to the Latest Climate Report This year, Thanksgiving weekend was filled with more than just food, football, friends, and family. On Black Friday, the Trump Administration released the Fourth National Assessment on Climate Change (NCA4), Volume 2. The report, authored by a team...

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Take 5: Where Did All the Woodchucks Go? Woodchucks (also known as groundhogs) are among the few “true hibernators” found in Massachusetts. In late summer they begin to put on weight in preparation for the move to their winter dens, often located in wooded areas. From October...

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What To Do This Weekend: Dec 1-2 Go on a hike, brush up on your photography, draw hawks, search for birds, learn about feathers, and more at a wildlife sanctuary this weekend. Greater Boston Go on a Saturday Morning Hike at Moose Hill in Sharon. Along the way, find out about the...

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Rescuing Sea Turtles on Cape Cod As winter approaches, the water temperature of Cape Cod Bay slowly drops, and sea turtles should make their way south to warmer tropical waters. However, each year since the late 1970s, some juvenile turtles do not make the journey in time. Trapped...

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Take 5: Peek-a-boo! This week’s Take 5 is a fun roundup of animals playing peek-a-boo with the camera. Whether they’re curious or┬ácamera-shy, these cute critters sure do make great hide-and-seekers. Thank you to everyone who has submitted images to our...

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