Monthly Archives: February 2014

Behind the Leaves

By MaryBeth Pottratz A charming bird’s nest sits in the crotch of a magnolia tree just outside the entrance to the Visitor Center. Large fluffy catkins decorate tips of the magnolia. I try to photograph it against a hazy white … Continue reading

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Snowshoeing at the Arb

By Boak Wiesner Snow lightly fell as I made my slow way west on the snowshoe trail. Its packed surface let me walk without my ‘shoes on, actually. This winter of fluffy snow and cold has allowed no crusts form … Continue reading

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Sky and Snow

By Greg Lecker The air is very still this morning.   Without wind, even a 10 degrees Fahrenheit morning feels comfortable, if one is well dressed.  Above, the sky is dotted with clouds; and heavy clouds ringing the horizon block the … Continue reading

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