Your April photos showed the forest in transition, from a snowshoe hare shedding its white coat to red maple buds opening in the sun. Fox kits played and an eastern comma butterfly emerged from its winter quarters under tree bark. Speaking of emergence – of a less happy kind – in New York, foresters assessed ash trees for a harvest with emerald ash borers in mind.
We’re now looking for May 2018 photos that relate to northeastern forests. These could be images of people, plants, wildlife, weather, forest management, wood processing, educational activities, recreation, art, landscapes, or events. To submit your photos, please use the form at the bottom of this page. Thank you!
Submission deadline for next gallery: May 31, 2018