Conservation and reintroduction efforts have made New England a haven for wild turkeys, and the Arnold Arboretum is one of many landscapes across Harvard where they thrive. Read more in the Harvard Gazette.
Last spring, several colleagues and I spent half an hour putting together a “tiny house” for invertebrates. We filled hollow logs with dry Japanese knotweed segments and drilled holes around the border, with the goal of attracting solitary bees. Over the course of the summer, these houses were busy with life. Now, in the winter, […]