In this second episode of our series, Dave Anderson of the Forest Society and Chris Martin of NH Audubon are exploring the different forest zones on the flanks of the mountain, below the treeline.
The Something Wild team is above treeline on Mount Washington, exploring the ecological zones of New England’s highest peak.
Riddle me this: where is there a forest in New Hampshire that is only visible once or twice a day?
Even if you’re a long-time Granite Stater, and have learned to appreciate this so-called “micro-season,” you might not know what’s really taking place during early bud-burst.
This week marks the 25th anniversary of Something Wild on NHPR.
Something Wild explores all things otter.
A brush pile releases valuable nutrients back to the soil. It also provides habitat for all sorts of animals, like insects, salamanders, and mice. Even the smallest creatures need food, cover, and space.
"Something Wild" is joint production of NH Audubon, The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests & NHPR.
Naturalist Susie Spikol is all about the little things you can see around you that is wildlife.