It’s still winter in Northern Vermont, and for the biologists that study Canada lynx and snowshoe hare, freezing temperatures and deep snow are just part of a day’s work in the Nulhegan Basin.
Winter is here, and so are cold temperatures and snow. During the winter months in the Northeast, many people find themselves feeling restless with “cabin fever”. Thankfully, the National Wildlife Refuge System provides fun winter activities!
The largest-ever reintroduction of the endangered Puritan tiger beetle happened this October and is crucial in restoring a healthy ecosystem along the Connecticut River.