Beyond the Barways
It’s tempting to tidy after a storm, but those dead trees are vital to the support of a healthy ecosystem.
Chimney Swifts are becoming rarer
What is the value of taking off a few days for personal learning? Nate McCullin muses over continuing education, for himself and those he works with at WLCT.
Berry Hill Farm's new owners, Adam and Carissa Davenport, closed out a successful first blueberry season this past weekend. The blueberry harvest this year was "good and manageable," said Carissa, noting that last year's drought made this year's harvest slightly...
Dragonflies love the hot sunny days of August, emerging by the dozens to skim meadow grasses and dine on mosquitos.
WLCT is so thankful for our incredible volunteers!
Feathery and nocturnal, moths are generalists of the garden, pollinating and procreating on numerous plants.
Nellie Harvey writes about her experience of building a rain garden at Westport Woods.
Westport campers hit the trails this summer and learned about the animals and plants in their backyard.
3 interns have joined our summer staff this year.
Aaron Teixiera is a lifelong nature enthusiast, a birder, and an educator. We’re excited he’s joined our staff.
New plant labels at Westport Woods will assist in identifying plants in gardens and on trails.