Nature’s Transformation Has Begun With Winter Finally Behind Us

We are gratefully sliding from April into May. Frankly, I am happy to see April headed toward the rear-view mirror. It, … [Read more...]

Red Fox is The Ghost of The Forest

This winter, I spent several days skiing in Vermont. Several large snow storms created a canvas of fresh snow on the … [Read more...]

Spring’s Early Arrivers Have Made Their Return

Spring may be here, but at this writing many of our avian signs of spring are still to the south waiting for later … [Read more...]

Time to Spring Outdoors

What a winter it has been here in The Last Green Valley. Winter skated into December with deep-freeze temperatures. … [Read more...]

Snowshoe Hare Hop Around Northern Parts of the State

Last month, I ventured to my family’s property in Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire. Located in the Monadnock region of … [Read more...]

We Can All Work Together to Protect Bird Populations

Why do birds matter? As author Jonathan Franzen wrote in the January edition of National Geographic, “they are our last, … [Read more...]

Famous rodent neither chucker of wood nor meteorologist

“How much wood could a woodchuck chuck If a woodchuck could chuck wood? As much wood as a woodchuck could chuck, If a … [Read more...]

Acorn Adventure: Bobcat Tracks and More with Wyndham Land Trust!

The Last Green Valley’s Acorn Adventure: Bobcat Tracks and More with Wyndham Land Trust Children and their families … [Read more...]

Christmas Bird Count an Educational Experience

What do 1,185 birds of 43 different species all have in common? They were all counted in one small slice of The Last … [Read more...]

Survey Proves Eagles Love The Last Green Valley

For the eighth year The Last Green Valley assisted the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection in … [Read more...]