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In this issue of Otter Tracks you will find the following articles:

    • Ecstatic Chaos
    • Migratory Bird Treaty Act Weakened
    • Earthworm Concerns
    • A New Fungal Disease in Snakes
    • Our 2018 Hog Island Camper
    • Wright Park Birding!
    • Tough Life for Upland Sandpipers
    • OCAS Trip to Mt. Mansfield
    • Opening Up New Worlds
    • OCAS Calendar of Events

Otter Creek Audubon Society members will receive a copy in the mail but you can always find the latest 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.

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In this issue of Otter Tracks you will find the following articles:

    • The Great Backyard Bird Count
    • Living in the Plastic Age, an editorial
    • Bioluminescence in Vascular Plants
    • Salamander Escorts
    • OCAS Environmental Education Grants Program
    • Ghosts from the North
    • Calendar of Events
    • Can Birds Smell?

 

Otter Creek Audubon Society members will receive a copy in the mail but you can always find the latest 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.

– Ron Payne

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In this issue of Otter Tracks you will find the following articles:

  • Marty Illick Receives the Silver Feather
  • The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, an Editorial
  • Environmental Education Grants Update
  • An Educator’s Week at Hog Island
  • Is the House Sparrow a Canary?
  • Songbird Response to Montane Climate Change
  • Why Did the Songbird Cross the Road?
  • 2017 Breeding Results for Vermont’s Rare Birds
  • OCAS Calendar of Events
  • The State of Mountain Birds

Otter Creek Audubon Society members will receive a copy in the mail but you can always find the latest 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.

In this issue of Otter Tracks you will find the following articles:

  • 16th Annual Dead Creek Wildlife Day
  • The Fifth Draft Climate Change Report, an editorial
  • News Flash! Earlier Grant Deadline
  • Naturally Literate: A Checklist Booklet
  • Our First Endangered Bumblebee
  • A Great Year for Monarchs
  • Deer Leap Fire: Peregrines Unaffected
  • What Shape is a Bird’s Egg?
  • Taking Camouflage to a New Level
  • Chipping and American Tree Sparrows

Otter Creek Audubon Society members will receive a copy in the mail but you can always find the latest 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.

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In this issue of Otter Tracks you will find the following articles:

  • The Status of Vermont Forest Birds
  • Getting the Lead Out: Progress Reversed!
  • In Memorium: Chandler S. Robbins
  • Cat Wars: a review
  • Wright Park Birding
  • The Great Amphibian Migration
  • Picking a Winner
  • Happy Campers
  • Taking Camouflage to a New Level
  • Environmental Education Grant Recipients

Otter Creek Audubon Society members will receive a copy in the mail but you can always find the latest 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.

– Ron Payne

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In this issue of Otter Tracks you will find the following articles:

  • The 20th Annual Great Backyard Bird Count
  • Which Bird Migrates Furthest?
  • Sign Up for 2017 Salamander Escorts
  • Evening Grosbeaks: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow?
  • VT Photo Big Year
  • OCAS Calendar of Events
  • Addison County Christmas Bird Counts
  • Black Vultures Moving In

Otter Creek Audubon Society members will receive a copy in the mail but you can always find the latest 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.

– Ron Payne

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In this issue of Otter Tracks you will find the following articles:

  • Natural Rights, an editorial
  • Migratory Bird Treaty Centennial
  • 2016 VT Photo Big Year
  • Hog Island Educators’ Week
  • Calling All Addison County Educators
  • Animal Architecture, a review
  • New Take on Lichens
  • Status of the Rare Birds of Vermont
  • Solitary Sandpipers Live Up to their Name

Otter Creek Audubon Society members will receive a copy in the mail but you can always find the latest 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.

– Ron Payne

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In this issue of Otter Tracks you will find the following articles:

  • Long-eared Owls Exposed
  • Plant to Plant
  • America’s Snake: A Review
  • Marbled Murrelets’ Woes
  • The Buzz on Audubon Vermont’s Geolocator Work
  • Spotlight on Outdoor Learning
  • New Take on Lichens
  • 15th Annual Dead Creek Wildlife Day
  • Calendar of Events

Otter Creek Audubon Society members will receive a copy in the mail but you can always find the latest 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.

– Ron Payne

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In this issue of Otter Tracks you will find the following articles:

  • 2016 Environmental Education Grant Recipients
  • Neonics and the EPA — An Editorial
  • Salamander Crossing 2016
  • The Messengers: Birds and Climate Change
  • Let’s Go Birding!
  • Cuba-U.S Environmental Agreement
  • Overwintering Sandhill Cranes Move Northwest
  • Calendar of Event
  • Devastating Salamander Fungus

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In this issue of Otter Tracks you will find the following articles:

  • The Great Backyard Bird Count
  • Vagrant Plastic
  • Wisdom Returns
  • Odd Ducks and Others
  • Fish Crow on Middlebury Christmas Count
  • Dealing with Phenological Mismatch
  • Songbirds At Night
  • 2016 Salamander Escorts
  • We Can Make a Difference
  • Forest Birds Losing Ground

Otter Creek Audubon Society members will receive a copy in the mail but you can always find the latest 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.

– Ron Payne

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