17.46 | Nature Notes (Nov 12-18)

Photo of American Mink
American Mink | Biddeford, ME | 17 Nov 2017

Highlights of the Week

The first snow of the season fell Monday night into Tuesday.

I spied an American Mink at the edge of a salt marsh in Biddeford.

I twitched two male Hooded Warblers and an "Audubon's" Yellow-rumped Warbler (a Lifer subspecies) at Southpoint Sanctuary in Biddeford Pool.

Wild Edible of the Week

I ate a wild fruit jello made with Feathery False Solomon's-seal fruit juice (from fruits I foraged/froze in September) and a bit of raw honey.

Nature Challenge of the Week (for you, the reader)

Visit a patch of clubmoss (family Lycopodiaceae, e.g., Flat-branched Tree-clubmoss and Southern Ground-cedar).


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