Monthly Archives: November 2013

The See-Through Season

By Greg Lecker  Sheltered within the protection of my Subaru, I watch the orange orb sparkle behind the trees that shield the wetland from the surrounding encroachment of homes.  Slowly, but certainly perceptibly, the sun rises.  The star nears the … Continue reading

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Preparing for Winter

By MaryBeth Pottratz A trio of bald eagles greet me inside the Arboretum. I track one to a far tree, where it roosts and surveys the wetlands below. The other two zip fast through the air, flying low over the … Continue reading

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Subtle colors of late fall

By Boak Wiesner The winds of late have brought down most of the leaves but patches of color could still be found in the off corner here and there around the Arb. Not a whole lot of folks around but … Continue reading

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A Windy Change of Color

By Greg Lecker Taking advantage of the end of Daylight Savings Time clock “fall-back”, I awake early Sunday to watch the dawn break.  A chilly 37 degree morning was at least clear and calm.   Is today one of the last … Continue reading

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