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Signs of Spring!
After a long, cold and snowy winter on Nantucket, it’s nice to look forward to the coming of spring! Here are our top 10 sure signs that spring has arrived! 1. American Woodcock (Scolopax minor) The distinctive mating ritual of … Continue reading
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Where do the NCF Sheep Spend the Winter?
The Nantucket Conservation Foundation maintains a flock of sheep at Squam Farm as part of our conservation efforts. You can read more about how effective sheep can be as a grassland management tool in our previous blog. During the growing … Continue reading
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