Notes from the Wild
Small wonder so many salamanders are active at this time of year, seeking last suppers of grubs and spiders, crickets and millipedes.
To the casual observer the flight of a butterfly appears haphazard and inefficient, something like the bobbing of a cork on turbulent waters.
Skunks, in contrast to porcupines, are positively cuddly with soft, luxuriant fur, just begging to be stroked.
Do you know of a bigger tree in the Headwaters Region?