November Nature Almanac: What to Look for

November Nature Almanac: What to Look for

November Nature Almanac By Tait Johansson, Naturalist 1     Compton Tortoiseshell and Mourning Cloak butterflies now looking for places to spend the winter in under the bark of dead trees, wooden shingles, and other sheltered places. 4     Full Moon. 5    ...
November Environmental Education: What to Do

November Environmental Education: What to Do

Don’t Put those Binoculars Away: November Environmental Education Events with Bedford Audubon As autumn passes by, it’s time to turn our attention (and binoculars!) to waterfowl. Join us in appreciating the late migrating birds and the amazing diversity of waterfowl...
Hope in the Face of the Climate Change Challenge

Hope in the Face of the Climate Change Challenge

You’re invited to our November lecture (our monthly Second Wednesday Series) on Hope in the Face of Climate Change with Environmental Scientist & Author Jack Kozuchowski on November 8 Many conservationists are in despair about the future ahead, as society...
October Nature Almanac: What to Look for

October Nature Almanac: What to Look for

October Nature Almanac By Tait Johansson, Naturalist 1    Look for irrupting southern butterfly species like Firey Skipper and Sachem at late-blooming nectar sources such as asters and goldenrods. 5    Full Moon. 7-8  Draconid meteor shower, best viewed at nightfall...
October Environmental Education: What to Do

October Environmental Education: What to Do

Fall Migration is Heating Up: October Environmental Education Events with Bedford Audubon Join Bedford Audubon this October for peak bird migration. Hit the trails with our expert Naturalist-in-Residence to experience the miracle of migration and the awesome changing...