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

  • 2015 Annual Dinner & Meeting
  • Burn It All, Flood It All
  • Status of Vermont’s Rare Birds
  • Book Review: Wren
  • A Tough Way to Make a Living
  • Major New Threat to Salamanders
  • A Cowbird’s Work Is Never Done
  • Calling All Addison County Educators!
  • OCAS Trail Cam
  • 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:

  • David Sibley Visits Vermont
  • Bee Problems Get Political
  • 2015 Otter Creek Audubon Birdathon
  • VELCO Shrubland Survey
  • Treatment for Bats with White-nose Syndrome
  • “Let’s Go Birding!”
  • Avian Early Warning System
  • Dead Creek Wildlife Day Preview
  • 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:

  • A big night at Morgan Rd.
  • Control of Feral Cat Populations
  • Glyphosate: A Probable Carcinogen
  • Otters and Ice
  • Winter Food Chain
  • Let’s Go Birding
  • Badger, a review
  • Blackpolls’ Daring Migratory Flight
  • Neonicotinoid Moratorium
  • Calendar of Events
  • 2015 Environmental Education Grants
  • In Memorium: Abbott T. Fenn

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 Tightrope, An Editorial
  • Care of Bird Feeders
  • 2015 Salamander Escorts
  • Golden-winged Warblers Hear Storms Coming
  • Field Guide to New England Summits: A Review
  • Spotlight: Vermont’s Least Known Blackbird
  • 2014 County Bird Quest Results
  • A Record Year
  • 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 tracksfooter

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

  • The OCAS Annual Dinner and Meeting
  • Value of Ecosystem Services Rises
  • The Audubon Climate Report
  • The “Normal” Extinction Rate
  • Armed and Dangerous: Wild Turkeys
  • American Pipit: Disappearing Act
  • Marine Natural Monument Expands
  • U.S. State of the Birds 2014
  • VT’s Threatened, Endangered and Recovered Birds, 2014
  • 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:

  • The 13th Annual Dead Creek Wildlife Day
  • “A Feathered Tempest”: An Editorial
  • Review of The Sibley Guide to Birds, Second Edition
  • A Flash of Ruby in a White World
  • Beavers of Popple Pond: a review
  • Audubon Partnership with VELCO
  • Summer Education Activities
  • A Week at Hog Island
  • 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:

  • Odd Weather: An Editorial
  • The Sixth Extinction: A Review
  • Chickadee Hybridization and Movement
  • Spring, a poem by Thomas Nashe
  • 2014 Environmental Education Grant Recipients
  • Appalachian Salamanders Shrinking in Size
  • Let’s Go Birding – Again
  • How Peregrines Die
  • Birders Beware: Ticks Ahead
  • Missisquoi Delta: a Ramsar Wetland

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 Great Backyard Bird Count
  • Optimum/Sustainable Population for Vermont
  • Audubon Climate Challenge
  • Salamander Escorts 2014
  • Birds and Adelgids
  • Sapsuckers in Winter
  • Toxoplasmosis and Rabies in Cats
  • Getting More Lead Out
  • A Changing of the Raptor Guard

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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