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Rare Wetlands in the Midst of an Old Trash Dump
*Please note, this blog post was originally published in The Inquirer and Mirror on August 11th, 2016 in the article series called Island Ecology. The Foundation’s Science staff will be regularly contributing to our local newspaper and reprinting articles here … Continue reading
Posted in Wetlands Tagged carnivorous plants, Nantucket, Sconset Dump, Sconset scrape, wetlands Leave a comment
In 2009, Andrew Mckenna-Foster, Director of Natural Science at the Maria Mitchell Association, found the very first record of a four-toed salamander for Nantucket in the vicinity of Sesachacha Pond! Andrew was working on another project at the time and … Continue reading
Posted in Nantucket Wildlife, Wetlands Tagged four-toed salamanders, sphagnum, wetlands Leave a comment