What in the Woods is That?
January 6th 2017
Cheryl Cullion came across this unusual mushroom in Intervale, New Hampshire. We’re wondering, what caused it to grow like this?
December 22nd 2016
What is happening to the top of this stump? Clue: It is part of a long row of white spruce planted together decades ago and more recently thinned by removing every other tree. Thanks to Kyle Mason for the photos.
December 9th 2016
This moss-covered mound, around 100 feet long and 4 feet wide, was spotted high on a mountain in a stand of red spruce and balsam fir. What do you think it might be?
November 23rd 2016
Dana Hillesland sent us these photos she took in northwestern New Hampshire in October. We want to know: What in the Water is That?
November 10th 2016
What are we looking at here?
October 28th 2016
Spotted beside a pond. What’s on this sapling?
October 14th 2016
“Leaves of three, let them be” is the old saying to help keep you from touching poison ivy, but not all plants that have leaves or leaflets arranged in groups of threes have the potential to cause you discomfort. These five plants were observed in mid-summer in southern Vermont on…
September 29th 2016
A bit of fall color on the forest floor. What are we looking at here? (Thanks to Tammis Coffin for the photo.)
September 16th 2016
Ben Haubrich sent us these photos of some mossy logs he found beside a pond in southwestern New Hampshire. How long ago were they cut, do you figure?
September 2nd 2016
What kind of tree is this, and what happened to the bark?