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Thom Smith answers readers' questions about mourning dove sounds, when bird feeders can be put out again and where bats go during the colder months.
MassWildlife officials are once again reminding the public that March is the month when hungry bears emerge from their winter dens and seek ou…
When the temperature jumps from freezing to balmy in one day, columnist Ruth Bass starts wondering why more people aren't concerned about climate change. And while she's wondering, what about all these potholes in Pittsfield?
On a weekly basis, at least one of the main market averages hits another all-time high. But, the bears continue to expect a correction. Will they ever be right?
“He managed to slide the back panel off my jeep, dragged himself inside it and tore it off,” Thor Berg told The Eagle of the bear's break in, supplying photographic evidence of the crime to refute any skeptics who might suspect he was telling a tall tale. “The doors were locked, so he popped the back windshield off.”
Bear visitations have become more common this year in Western Massachusetts, for reasons yet to be explained.
Vermont's bear population has increased from 1,500 to about 5,000 since 1970.