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What is That?

A series about local wildlife.

What is That … Flutter of Butterflies? (part 2)

In our August 4th butterflies article, we promised to get back to you with another piece about the butterflies of the second half of...

What Is That… White-speckled Beast?

Bruce chuckled as he was taking down our white Christmas lights at home.  Perhaps the falling snowflakes had prompted his thoughts to flash ahead...

What Is That … Black and Yellow Moth?

Before we bought the cottage on Three Mile Bay, we knew moths were related to butterflies, but moths seemed most often to be small...

What Is That … Beastie Eating?

In several of our previous articles we have referred to the eating habits of beasties we love to watch.  In this article we are...

What is That? … A Cautionary Story

As we draft this article, we are nearing winter, the cottage is winterized, the leaves are raked, and cottage photography has ground to a...

What is that … pretty bug? (part 2) 

On January 22nd the Millstone News ran our article about pretty bugs ... bugs that are really beetles.  In this piece we want to...

What Is That … Fuzzy Caterpillar?

This time of year, the sights at the cottage are less varied and the sounds more peaceful.  Gone are the jet skis and the...

WIT … Whoo Cooks For You?

It is spring and we have returned happily to the cottage, to the lake, and to the wildlife we love so much.  What should...

What Is That … Young Beastie?

We talked about various courting couples in our June 18, 2017 article. We are happy to provide further examples in this article of some of...

What is That … a Leopard or a Tiger?

Lions, tigers and bears, oh my!  Well, we do not have any lions but we do have a few tigers, leopards and bears amongst...

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