Volume 13, Issue 52 ~ December 29, 2005 - January 4, 2006

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Earth Journal by Gary Pendleton

Earth Journal
Year In Review

Can You Say Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker?

–No. 1: Jan. 6: Gary Pendleton

Tall Gawky Love Birds

–Feb. 10: Gary Pendleton

Screech Owls Looking for One Another

–No. 10: March 10:Gary Pendleton

In Spring’s Combo, Leopard Frog Song Leads

–No. 14: April 7: Gary Pendleton

Catch the Nighthawk’s Reflections in the Lightning’s Flash

–No. 24: June 30: Gary Pendleton

What Good Is a Buttonbush?

–No. 26: June 16: Joe Browder

Back-Door Visitors: The Eastern Garter Snakes

–No. 28: July 14: Gary Pendleton

An Heirloom Tomato Is a Treasure

–No. 30: July 28: Gary Pendleton

Our New Neighbors, the Foxes

–No. 31: August 4: Valerie Lester

Meet Man’s Best Friend: the Wolf Spider

–No. 32: August 11: Gary Pendleton

Japanese Beetle: My Nemesis Comes from a Long Line of Destroyers

–No. 33: August 18: Maureen Miller

Plant a Shrub; Grow a Habitat: The Spicebush Swallowtail

–No. 39: September 29: Gary Pendleton

Tupelo Tree, the Water Nymph of the Woods, reveals its noble nature each October

–No. 40: October 6: Gary Pendleton

Harriers A’Hunting

–No. 45: November 10: Gary Pendleton

This snow bird, the winter wren, stays with us year round

–No. 50: December 15: Gary Pendleton

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