The bipartisan legislation became law when it was signed by the president on August 4.
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Learn how nature photographer Peter Gray captured this remarkable photo of a snowy owl making off with a vole on the coastal marshes of northeast Massachusetts.
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Legislation would address the estimated 22 billion dollars in deferred maintenance to our nation’s national parks and public lands.
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A visit to Block Island in the age of Covid reveals that not everyone is willing to play it safe.
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Follow these links to learn about current guidelines for recreating on public lands throughout New England.
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The arrival of migratory birds provides the comfort of normalcy.
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A spring paddle along the lower Agawam River in southeastern Massachusetts offers an escape from the world of Covid-19, and yields a few fresh stripers to boot.
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While many folks are familiar with the annual return of blueback herring and alewives to the coastal rivers and streams of New England, there’s another aquatic migrant that deserves attention—one whose journey from sea to freshwater and back is no less remarkable than that of the aforementioned herring. I’m talking about elvers, also known as glass eels. Elvers are juvenile...
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