Your March photos captured images of often elusive creatures: a great grey owl, an otter popping up from under the ice, and - just in time for April 1 - the legendary North Woods kiwi bird. From Connecticut, Harcourt Davis contributed two beautiful photographs of waterfowl, and Maureen Dewire shared a great photo from New Hampshire of Bohemian waxwings feasting on crabapples. Do you see the bird silhouette in that log?

We’re now on the hunt for April 2017 photos. We encourage you to share images about anything that relates to the Northeast’s forests, and that you take this month. Here are examples – but by no means an exclusive list – of photo topics that fit this category: nature, weather, education activities (any age), forest management/logging, recreation, wood manufacture, art, workshops, events. As long as it relates in some way to the Northeast’s forests, we’ll consider it.


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