In this issue of Otter Tracks we have a report on our Annual Dinner and Meeting, a review and editorial on Bill McKibben’s Rolling Stone article, Global Warming’s Terrifying New Math, news on the spread of the Emerald Ash Borer, a Purple Martin census held over the summer, and the status of Vermont’s endangered bird species. Also a report on Orwell Village School’s Environmental Day, a preview of our upcoming Cabin Fever Lecture series, and a story on the winter dominance hierarchies of Black-capped Chickadees. Otter Creek Audubon Society members will receive a copy in the mail but you can read this issues of Otter Tracks in color on our home page. You can also browse issues going back to the year 2000 in our Otter Tracks Archive.