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Berkshire Museum has received a grant from the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation to continue bringing mobile museum units into area schools and other locations.
The Berkshire Museum has a couple of special exhibits for the holidays. One exhibit is interactive, Hoot’s Holiday: A Solstice Tale. The secon…
We've compiled a list of five popular winter-themed events in the Berkshires that you'll need to purchase tickets for now or wait until next year to attend.
There was a time when juncos and dark-eyed juncos were not so common in our the Berkshires. Columnist Thom Smith wants to know if you have seen one yet in your yard this fall.
The American robin may be in your yard as a small group of migrants just visiting for a bite to eat and some rest, or as a harbinger of something like fall. After all, they are also winter and summer birds. Now they are evidenced the whole year, and are not only just spring and summer birds searching lawns.
This week, NatureWatch columnist Thom Smith answers a reader's question about spiders, monarch butterflies, hummingbird sugar mixtures and a hummingbird moth sighting. He's also wants to know if anyone in Berkshire County has those crazy jumping worms in their yards?
Kimberley Bush Tomio has been named the Berkshire Museum's next executive director.
Lucy MacGillis, a Berkshires-born artist unveiled her painting "La Discesa" at the Berkshire Museum. She created the painting as an homage to her late father Don MacGillis, a former editor for The Berkshire Eagle who died in a hiking accident.