- A battle of wits with a Black-throated Blue Warbler…by Amaya Bechler ’25￼
Diving through chest-high bushes, a branch in each hand, while yelling incoherently—record scratch—yes, that was me over the summer. You may be wondering how I got into that situation. It all started with a black-throated blue warbler named GBYA…
- Beetle decline with climate change
Beetle abundance and diversity at Hubbard Brook have declined sharply since the 1970s, according to a new study published in Biological Conservation, led by Wellesley College undergraduate researcher, Jennifer Harris.
- Secrets of the Forest: My first week as a field tech on the black-throated blue warbler crew… by Hannah Pryor ’26
The lonely wail of a loon echoes across the rose-gold waters of Mirror Lake as the sun breaks over the mountains. First light finds us in the data barn overlooking the water, gearing up for a day in the field…
- The Resilient Forest – The Birds of Hubbard Brook
Northern Woodlands produced a new multimedia series called The Resilient Forest “to promote public appreciation of the ecological, economic, and cultural benefits of northeastern forests and to promote interest in keeping forests intact.”