Information about a guided bird walk offered by Friends of Fresh Pond Reservation on July 14, 2018.
Suggestions for kids on Mother’s Day 2018.
Join neighbors to work on the perimeter of Jerry’s Pond, formerly known as Jerry’s Pit, in North Cambridge.
The Cambridge Wildlife Puppetry Project (CWPP) began distributing two new local wildlife cards at the Honk! Parade on October 8, 2017. Raúl Gonzalez III drew urban raccoons for one of the new cards. Known as Raúl the Third, Gonzalez is the Pura Belpre award-winning illustrator of Lowriders to the Center of the Earth and Lowriders inContinue reading “Cambridge Wildlife Trading Cards Released”
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Looking Up at Magazine Beach Many gathered there to watch the partial eclipse of the sun today between 1:28 & 3:59pm.
Two more days to celebrate urban wildlife at Cambridge’s festival to celebrate animals and habitats in Riverside Press Park.
The Cambridge Wildlife Puppetry Project’s animals make a visit to Magazine Beach.
For our last National Moth Week species, we present the Virginian Tiger Moth in its caterpillar stage. It’s one of many moths that we have in the city of Cambridge. Now that National Moth Week is ending, we’ll be considering with a little more awareness the role of moths as prey and as pollinators inContinue reading “Sunday’s Moth!”
Saturday’s Moth. Moths photographed in Cambridge for National Moth Week 2017.
Friday’s Moth. Moths photographed in Cambridge for National Moth Week 2017.