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Baltimore Orioles and many birds migrating from as far away as Central and South America arrive in New England in May.

Baltimore Orioles and many birds migrating from as far away as Central and South America arrive in New England in May.

At this time of year, many people enjoy feeding birds. Inevitably, if you put up bird feeders, you'll also end up feeding squirrels.

At this time of year, many people enjoy feeding birds. Inevitably, if you put up bird feeders, you'll also end up feeding squirrels.

Like children running through a sprinkler, birds like to beat the heat by passing through water misters. They help birds keep their feathers in top condition by providing a water source for washing and preening. Our Mini-Mister™ attaches easily to any garden hose to produce a fine water spray. Place it near vines or bushes so birds, such as hummingbirds, can flutter against the wet leaves for a refreshing bath or a much needed drink.

Like children running through a sprinkler, birds like to beat the heat by passing through water misters. They help birds keep their feathers in top condition by providing a water source for washing and preening. Our Mini-Mister™ attaches easily to any garden hose to produce a fine water spray. Place it near vines or bushes so birds, such as hummingbirds, can flutter against the wet leaves for a refreshing bath or a much needed drink.

The woods are transforming from many shades of summer green to glorious autumn reds, oranges and yellows. But leaves are not the only thing adding color to our brag-worthy New England forests. One source of yellow is the flowers of the Common Witch-hazel.

The woods are transforming from many shades of summer green to glorious autumn reds, oranges and yellows. But leaves are not the only thing adding color to our brag-worthy New England forests. One source of yellow is the flowers of the Common Witch-hazel.

November's Take Me Outside column investigates the physics of cooling water: Lakes turn over as temperatures drop.

November's Take Me Outside column investigates the physics of cooling water: Lakes turn over as temperatures drop.

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