What in the Woods is That?
December 18th 2009
A trapper in southern Vermont submitted this photo showing the tanned pelts of three Northeastern mammals. From left to right, what are they?
December 11th 2009
This archeological ruin was photographed in a yellow-birch/hard maple stand near the top of a mountain in southern Vermont. It’s not a cellar hole. For a hint, consult the winter 2009 issue of Northern Woodlands magazine.
December 3rd 2009
This native tree is common throughout the Northeast. What is it?
November 19th 2009
No hints on this one. What in the woods is it?
November 12th 2009
A few years back, a group of amateur history buffs spent the better part of two days dragging an enormous hunk of metal off a densely wooded mountain in southern Vermont. The area is referred to on topo maps as the “McIntyre Job” – the site of a big lumber…
November 6th 2009
Driftwood? Nope. What in the woods could this be?
October 29th 2009
What caused the scar on this sugar maple tree?
October 23rd 2009
Susan Elliott, a member of the Rutland County Audubon Society took this photo while bird monitoring in the Pomainville Wildlife Management Area in Pittsford, VT. What in the woods is it?
October 16th 2009
Last winter, Jason Selden and family were coming down a hillside in Chelsea, Vermont when a member of the group spotted something odd in an apple tree. Selden snapped this picture of the animal. What is it?
October 9th 2009
This selection of fallen leaves was gathered near our office in Corinth, Vermont. Name all six species.