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Tag Archives: Coatue
Rare Plants and Unique Wildlife on our Coatue Property
*Please note, this blog post was originally published in The Inquirer and Mirror on July 21th 2016 pg 6B in the article series Island Ecology. The Foundation’s Science staff will be regularly contributing to our local newspaper and reprinting articles … Continue reading
Island Solitaire: A Ranger’s Summer on Coatue
By Neil Foley, Coatue Ranger and Shorebird Monitor Another Nantucket summer is coming to a close along with a successful shorebird breeding season on Coatue. The landscape changes from Juno and the stormy winter have been noticeable to the NCF … Continue reading
Posted in Field Season Tagged American oystercatcher, botany, Coatue, color bands, field assistants, field season, field work 3 Comments
A Summer on Coatue
By Neil Foley, NCF Coatue Ranger/Shorebird Monitor Those who have had the opportunity to visit Coatue this time of the year know how gorgeous and interesting the property is, separated from the bustle of downtown and covered in windswept cedars, … Continue reading
What are those towers on Coatue and Eel Point all about?
The automated radio telemetry station in First Bend on Coatue (the flags on the guy wires are to prevent birds from flying into them). During the past few weeks, we have been getting some phone calls here at the Foundation’s … Continue reading