The Cape Naturalist – Reference List

We want to thank Edna Murphy for the countless hours she volunteered to put together this subject matter reference list of The Cape Naturalist topics:

1.    Reference List

2.    The 1978 tern season. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Winter; 7(3 ):62-63.

3.    The 1979 tern season. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Spring; 8(4 ):76-77.

4.    The 1980 tern season. Cape Naturalist. 1981 Summer; 10(1):22-23.

5.    The 1981 tern season. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Spring; 10(4):78-79.

6.    Barrier island habitats : worlds of constant change. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:31-33.

7.    A bunch of trees. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Dec; 1(3):45-47.

8.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered plants : Adder’s tongue  (Ophioglossum vulgatum variety pseudopodum). Cape Naturalist. 1988 Winter-1989 Winter; 17(3):63.

9.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered plants :  broom crowberry. (Corema Conradii Torr.). Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:63-64.

10.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered plants : golden club   (Orontium aquaticum). Cape Naturalist. 1990 Spring; 18 (3):59.

11.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered plants : sandplain gerardia (Agalinis acuta). Cape Naturalist. 1988 Spring; 16(4):81.

12.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered plants : slender arrowhead (Sagittaria teres). Cape Naturalist. 1989 Winter-1990 Winter; 18(2):47.

13.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered plants : tinker’s weed (Triosteum perfoliatum). Cape Naturalist. 1989 Summer; 18(1):9.

14.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered wildlife : eastern spadefoot. (Scaphiopus h. holbrooki)  ; spotted salamander (Ambystoma maculatum). Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:60-62.

15.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered wildlife : gray seal (Halichoerus grypus). Cape Naturalist. 1989 Winter-1990 Winter; 18(2):27.

16.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered wildlife : leatherback turtle. (Dermochelys coriacea). Cape Naturalist. 1990 Spring; 18(3):58.

17.    Cape and islands  rare and endangered wildlife  : :piping plover  (Charadrius melodus). Cape Naturalist. 1988 Spring; 16(4):77.

18.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered wildlife : regal frittillary. (Speyeria idalia). Cape Naturalist. 1989 Summer; 18(1):3.

19.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered wildlife : roseate tern (Sterna dougallii). Cape Naturalist. 1988 Winter-1989 Winter; 17(3):43.

20.    . Cape and Islands rare and endangered wildlife  : water-willow borer (Papaipema sulphurata) . Cape Naturalist. 1988 Summer; 17(1):11.

21.    Cape and islands rare and endangred plants : bushy rockrose (Helianthemum dumosum). Cape Naturalist. 1988 Summer; 17(1):19.

22.    Cape and Islands rare and endangred wildlife : northern diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin terrapin). Cape Naturalist. 1988 Fall; 17(1):27.

23.    Coyotes on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:6-7.

24.    Evolution’s benchmarks : Cape Cod’s type sites. Cape Naturalist. 1987 Fall; 16(2):42-43.

25.    Highway as habitat. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Summer; 17(1):20.

26.    Hymn to a hawk. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:38-39.

27.    Mola mola, the giant ocean sunfish. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Winter; 5(3):60-61.

28.    Shore to please : a children’s guide to beaches. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:72-76.

29.    A splendid species. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Summer; 17(1):12-13.

30.    Struggle for survival : protecting plovers and terns. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:34-37.

31.    Adami, Ginger. Dance of the seaons. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Summer; 11(1):14-15.

32.    —. The dark realm of the great horned owl. Cape Naturalist. 1981 Winter; 10(3):60-62.

33.    Ahlstrom, Carl. Bird carving : realism or impressionism? Cape Naturalist. 1981 Fall; 10(2):36-38.

34.    Alence, Karen. Harbor seals of Nanturcket display unique behavior. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Fall; 11(2):36-38.

35.    Andreadis, Theodaore G. The wood tick. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Summer; 4(1):13-14.

36.    Auger, Peter J. and Giovannone, Patricia. On the fringe of existence : Diamondback terrapins at Sandy Naeck. Cape Naturalist. 1979 Fall; 8(3):44-58.
Notes: includes biblio.

37.    Bailey, Wallace. The Cape Cod Christmas bird count. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Spring; 2(4):66-68.

38.    Baird, James . A migrant mystery at Monomoy. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Spring; 4(4):71-75.

39.    Ballard, Robert. Stop and smell the honeysuckle : always be curious. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:34-35.

40.    Barnhart, Earle. A nathrualist’s garden can bring wildlife to your backyard. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Summer; 13(1):6-10.

41.    Bartlett, Randolph. Birding on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Jun; 1(1):12-13.

42.    —. Sanctuary. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:52-54.

43.    Berger, Barney. Why you should have heard of Edmund Halley. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Winter; 14(3):43-47.

44.    Berger, France. Driftwood from the past : an unusual petrified log. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Summer; 13(1):3-5.

45.    Berrick, Stephen. The crab of the surf zone : mole crabs. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Fall; 15(2):35-37.

46.    —. The essential sand eel. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Winter; 9(3):56-60.

47.    —. Sand castle builders of the flats. Cape Naturalist. 1981 Fall; 10(2):32-35.

48.    Blackmar, David S. A frightening array of household chemiclas. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Winter; 12(3):44-45.

49.    Blaisdell-Bannon, Alicia. No kidding! Learning about the world around tham. Cape Naturalist. 1995; 23:46-48.

50.    Blodget, Bradford G. Tern survey and inventory data for 1984. 1984 Winter; 13(3):53-55.

51.    Blodgett, Brad. The 1982 tern season. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Winter; 11(3):62-63.

52.    Bloomer, Harvey. Handlining off Monomoy. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Mar; 1(4):61-.

53.    Bloomer, Harvey W. Cape scallops. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Dec; 1(3):30.

54.    —. Fisherman’s chronicle of Cape fish. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Jun; 1(1):10.

55.    Blumberg, Robert C. Offshore oil and gas development…a time of decision. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Sep; 1(2):33-34.

56.    Brady, Bill. Wasps of Cape Cod, Part 1 : Trapping the twig nesters. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Summer; 7(1):16-19.

57.    —. Wasps of Cape Cod, Part II : The great golden digger. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Spring; 7(4):68-72.

58.    Brady, Willliam. Dragons and damsels. Cape Naturalist. 1977 Fall; 6(2):33-36.

59.    Brown, Laura . With the spring comes the tick season and Lyme disease. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Spring; 14(4):59-63.

60.    Bry, Gerhard . Stone faces on the beach at Truro. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Summer; 5(1):14-16.

61.    Bush, Eileen  and Shiflett, Debbie. The wild pantry in your backyard. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Summer; 12(1):4-7.

62.    Cairn, North . Flight recordings : logging in the gulls on Monomoy. Cape Naturalist. 1995; 23:50-52.

63.    —. Keeping tracks. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:3-5.

64.    —. Missing music : the plight of migratory songbirds. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:32-34.

65.    —. A natural presence. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:52-55.

66.    —. Necessary connections ; editor’s notes. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 21:3-5.

67.    —. seeing is believing. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:54-57.

68.    Carpenter, Ginger. Dragonflies and damselflies of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1989 Winter-1990 Winter; 18(2):36-41.

69.    —. The first barrens bluet damselfly in 35 years. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Winter; 15(3):43-47.

70.    —. The iridescent world of the dragonfly. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Spring; 12(4):65-67.

71.    —. The museum has its aviary again. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Winter; 14(3):61.

72.    —. Sub-zero birdwatching. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Spring; 13(4):62.

73.    Carpenter, Virginia. Dragonflies and damselflies of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:8-15.

74.    Carr, Elliott. Holding back the sea : one man’s view. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:24-31.

75.    Clapham, Phil. The dolphins  next door :  often seen but poorly understood. Cape Naturalist. 1987 Winter-1988 Winter; 16(3):48-53.

76.    Clough, Thomas R. The little  sea goose. Cape Naturalist; Fall 1976(5):2.

77.    Coleman, David. Bird’s-eye view : Osprey ecovery. Cape Naturalist. 1993;  21:35-36.

78.    —. The face of the future : Cape Cod’s great beach. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:48-53.

79.    —. Focus on the Cape : work of the Cape Photo Project. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:29-34.

80.    Conlon, John C. The elusive bluefin. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Fall; 13(2):35-37.

81.    —. Microscopic copepods : food source for maine animals. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Fall; 12(2):27-30.

82.    Creech, Beth . A sampling of the marine fish in the coastal waters of Cape Cod Bay. Cape Naturalist. 1990 Spring; 18(3):62-63.

83.    Crook, Daane . Wildlife placed under wing of wetlands act. Cape Naturalist. 1987; 16(2):34-41.

84.    Crosby, Joanna. Rooted in nature : organic gardens blossom. Cape Naturalist. 1995; 23:57-59.

85.    Cross, Chester E. Fruit of the bogs : the American cranberry. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Sep; 2(2):22-24,  33-35.

86.    Deland, Michael R. A strand in the web. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Winter-1989 Winter; 17(3):55-57.

87.    Dennis, Johm V. Tracing the origins of drift deposits. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Summer; 14(1):7-10.

88.    Dennis, John V. Lonely Penikese. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Winter; 4(3):44-49.

89.    —. The mystery of marine “die-offs”. Cape Naturalist . 1978 Winter; 7(3):44-47.

90.    —. Some notes on changing butterfly populations. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Winter; 14(3):54-60.

91.    Dennis, John V. and Gunn, Charles R. Anatomy of a stranding. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Fall; 5(2):30-35.

92.    —. Sea-beans : long distance drifters from the south. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Winter; 3(3):40-45.

93.    Dennis, Jon V. and Gunn, Charles R. Anatomy of a . Cape Naturalist. 1976 Fall; 5(2):30-35.

94.    DiGregorio, Mario. A legacy of flowers. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Spring; 16(4):78-80.
Notes: Excerpt from DiGregrorio, Mario–A vanishing heritage,

95.    DiGregorio, Mario and Wallner, Jeff. Long lost tinker’s-weed “finds” midden. Cape Naturalist. 1989 Summer; 18(1):10-11.

96.    Dunford, Fred. Archaeological investigations at The Dividing Place. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:56-60.

97.    —. Archaeological sites succumbing to human and natural pressures. Cape Naturalist. 1987; 16(3):60-65.

98.    —. From Pleistocene to plague : man and naature on Cape Cod before 1629. Cape Naturalist. 1989 Summer; 18(1):4-8.

99.    —. The John Henry site :  prehistoric harvesting of the tidal flat. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Summer; 13(1):11.

100.    —. Smoke from a distant fire : 5000 years ago at Upper Mill Pond. Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:50-56.

101.    `Dunford, Fred and O’Brien, Greg. The mysteries of Wing Island. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:8-18.

102.    Dunford, Frederick J. 1950 : American archaeology at mid-century. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:42-47.

103.    Dunford, Frred. In the season of beach plums : Native origins. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:55-59.

104.    Ebel. John E. Earthquakes in New England. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Spring; 13(4):63-66.

105.    Edwards, Robert and Edwards, Eric. Censusing the Falmouth butterflies. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Summer; 9(1):14-19.

106.    Edwards, Robert L. and Edwards, Eric H. Cape Cod’s burrowing wolf spiders. Cape Naturalist. 1989 Summer; 18(1):12-19.

107.    Emery, K. O. A small Indian midden in Quissett. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Spring; 8(4):68-71.

108.    Fales, Janis. Foot-tickler of the flats : the common sand shrimp. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Winter; 3(3):50-51.

109.    Fellman, Bruce. Deep in a pond, life slows down. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Winter; 14(3):48-53.

110.    —. How do the trees know it’s fall? Cape Naturalist . 1986 Fall; 15(2):27-30.

111.    Finch, Robert. The Cape itself. Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:16-25.

112.    —. A day of roads. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:40-51.

113.    —. Hyla crucifer : the voice of spring. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Spring; 2( 4):64-65.

114.    —. Life in the dead of winter. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Winter-1989 Winter; 17(3):58-61.

115.    —. Meeting the alewives of Stony Brook. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Summer; 13(1):17-19.

116.    —. Migrating south with the birds. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Summer; 14(1):3-6.

117.    —. Saving the whales. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:18-26.

118.    —. A sense of place. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Winter; 4(3 ):56-57.

119.    Finch, Robert. Summer flats. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Summer; 15(1):3-5.

120.    Finch, Robert. Taxes, restrictions and oen space. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Dec; 2(3):42-43.

121.    Fisk, Erma. The 1975 tern season. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Winter; 4(3):58-59.

122.    Fisk, Erma J. The 1973 tern season. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Sep; 2(2):30-33, 49.

123.    —. The 1977 tern season. Cape Naturalist. 1977 Winter; 6(3):61-63.

124.    —. Banding recoveries from Cape Cod sand-nesting birds. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Spring; 11(4):76, 79.

125.    —. How long do birds live? Cape Naturalist. 1986 Spring; 14(4):67-70.

126.    Fisk, Jonnie. The 1976 tern seaon. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Winter; 5(3):62-63.

127.    Friary, Ned  and Bendure, Glenda.  Natural steps : walks from a naturalist’s hiking guide. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:60-68.

128.    Friedman, James M. Salt marshes and the constitution. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Winter; 5(3):44-49.

129.    Gagnon, David A. Attack from the sky : acid rain and Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1981 Winter; 10(3):47-52.

130.    Gibson, Dan  and Gibson, Vicki. The living fossil comes of age. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Spring; 11(4):72-75.

131.    —. The living fossil’s habits. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Summer; 12(1):18-22.

132.    Gilmore, Lucy. Teaching nature to a child : inspiration for guiding young minds. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:54-56.

133.    Goldsmith, Victor and Goldsmith, Yvonne E. Waves against Cape Cod ; an uneasy truce. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Jun; 1(1):16-19.

134.    Hansen, Tor . Cycle of change ; the cecropia’s journey . Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:78-79.

135.    —. Of mustery and migration : the Baltimore checkerspots. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:44-46.

136.    —. Preserving Brewster’s windmill meadow : a case against  mowing. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:50-51.

137.    —. The springtime dance of the eiders. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Spring; 14(4):64-66.

138.    Harris, James T. When the herring gulls nest. Cape Naturalist. 1977 Spring; 5(4):68-71.

139.    Hay, John. The bird of light : migrants in winter. Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:26-35.

140.    —. Dedication of new wing and a rededication of purpose. Cape Naturalist. 1987; 16(3):54-59.

141.    —. Desertion of the fishes. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:58-67.

142.    —. Endangeres species : we are the custodians. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Spring; 15(1):13-15.

143.    —. The flight of the snapping turtle. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Spring; 11(4):77,-79.

144.    —. The marvels of Cape Cod : wonders that defy us. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:36-37.

145.    —. Numbers before llife. Cape Naturalist. 1977 Spring; 5(4):78.

146.    —. The song of the chipmunk. Cape Naturalist. 1979 Fall; 8(2):28-30.

147.    Hay, John. Swallows and swallowtails. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:11-16.

148.    Hay, John and Breivogel, Carl. Running on empty ; are we neglecting the alewives? Cape Naturalist. 1995; 23:25-29.

149.    Hedberg, Harold. If you don’t like the weather, wait a minute. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Spring; 12(4):68-70.

150.    Heusmann, H. W. Are Canada geese a threat to shellfish ? Cape Naturalist. 1983 Winter; 12(3):46-48.

151.    —. Plight of the black duck. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Spring; 13(4):59-61.

152.    Holt, Denver W. The short-eared owl in Massachusetts . Cape Naturalist. 1985 Fall; 14(2):31-35.

153.    Holt, Denver W.; Humphrey, Robert C., and Lortie, John P. The mammals of Monomoy Wildlife Refuge. Cape Naturalist. 1987 Spring; 15(4):63-69.

154.    Horwitz, Ellie. The bats of Massachusetts are getting some attention. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Winter; 15(3):53-59.

155.    Hudson, Leslie J. A rose by the sea. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Fall; 3(2):31-34.

156.    Humphrey, Robert C. The American oystercatcher on Monommoy National Wildlife Refuge. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Summer; 14(1):20-23.

157.    Jenkins, Robert E jr. Another view of shellfish farming. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Summer; 12(1):17.

158.    Keith, Allan R. Hoary bat at Martha’s Vineyard in winter. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Winter; 7(3):52-53.

159.    Keller, Sarah. Cultivating  the sense of wonder. Cape Naturalist. 1994;  22:80-82.

160.    Kerfoot, William B. Living filters and water conservation on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Summer; 4(1):4-12.

161.    Knox, Dorothy H. Recycling on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Jun; 1(1):13-14.

162.    Kurlychek, George A. Charting Gulf Stream surface currents : a junior high school experiment. Cape Naturalist. 1981 Summer; 10(1):14-17.

163.    Laderman, Aimlee. Hidden cedar swamp kettles of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Fall; 12(2):36-39.

164.    Lash, Rebecca. The busy season for the predatory wasps. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Fall; 14(2):27-30.

165.    —. The complex community of milkweed. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Winter; 11(3):44-46.

166.    —. Some late summer visitors and whee they live. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Summer; 12(1):14-16.

167.    —. The watcher in the shadows. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Spring; 15(1):21-22.

168.    —. Where to find insects in winter. Cape Naturalist . 1984 Winter; 13(3):43-45.

169.    Leach, Robert. Shellfishing and lobstering on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Fall; 4(2):25-29.

170.    Leaning, John R. Outlook on the outfall pipe. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:22-26.

171.    —. Update on the outfall. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:49-51.

172.    LeBlond, Richard. A most dangerous profession. Cape Naturalist. 1990 Spring; 18(3):60-61.

173.    —. Noah’s gangplank. Cape Naturalist. 1989 Summer; 18(1):20-21.

174.    —. The orchids of Cape Cod : nature’s beautiful machines. Cape Naturalist. 1987 Summer; 16(1):8-13.

175.    —. Our sandplain grasslands : belittled, ignored and nationally significant. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Summer; 17(1):14-18.

176.    —. The quaking bog of Shank Painter Pond. Cape Naturalist. 1981 Summer; 10(1):5-9.

177.    —. Some summer friends can become better known in winter. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Winter; 15(3):60-63.

178.    Limon, Jodie Ann. Massachusetts natural heritage program : inventory and protection of natural diversity. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Spring; 13(4):67-70.

179.    Lindborg, Kristina L. C. Where do they help the injured birda? Cape Naturalist. 1985 Summer; 14(1 ):11-15.

180.    Loebig, Mary. The natural year : through the eyes of children, nature is a whole new world. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:74-79.

181.    Longland, David R. Lawns, meadows or both? Cape Naturalist. 1987 Summer; 16(1):15-18.

182.    Lord, Robin . Lure of the Cape : inshore fisheries doing fine, thank you. Cape Naturalist. 1995; 23:22-23.

183.    —. Precious resource : a look at our sole-source auifer. Cape Naturalist. 1995; 23:30-33.

184.    Lucas, Robert. Environmental education–The museum’s program. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Jun; 1(1):6-7.

185.    —. Soil, flowers, hornets & peanuts. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Mar; 1(4):64-65.

186.    —. The wild mushroom. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Dec; 1(3):48-49.

187.    Luebke, Felicity. Life under a log : a guide for field trips. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:58-60.

188.    MacIvor, Laurie H.; Griffin, Curtice R., and Melvin, Scott M. South Beach Island : a break for the birds. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Spring; 16(4):72-76.

189.    MacKenzie, Ralph S. A gallery of Cape Cod birds. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Fall; 14(2):37-39.

190.    MacKenzie, Ralph Snow. Cape Cod nature portfolio. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Summer; 12(1):9-112.

191.    Marcus, Jon . Net results : the state of offshore fisheries. Cape Naturalist. 1995; 23:12-18.

192.    —. A success story ; striped bass. Cape Naturalist. 1995; 23:19.

193.    Mavor, James W. jr and Dix, Byron E. Ritual stones of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Summer; 11(1):6-12.

194.    Mayo, Charles III. Seasons of the sea. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Summer; 5(1):9-12.

195.    Mayo, Charles Stormy. Global issues : the right whale. Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:42-48.

196.    McClung, Robert M. Limulus polyphemus, a living fossil. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Dec; 2(3):38-42.

197.    —. My butterfly year. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Summer; 2(4 ):6-9.

198.    McKelway, Ben. Roads in the snow–hold the salt. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Spring; 11(4):69-71.

199.    McLarney, Bill. Notes of a fishwatcher. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Summer; 11(1):19-21.

200.    Mello, Mark . A Massachusetts rarity : the rediscovery of  Papaipema sulphurata. Cape Naturalist . 1988 Summer; 17(1):4-10.

201.    Mello, Mark J. Harbor life : benthic community structure in Provincetown Harbor. Cape Naturalist. 1981 Summer; 10(1):10-13.

202.    Middleton, Karen Chandler. Shellfish farming in native waters. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Winter; 11(3):58-60.

203.    Miller, Richard N. Chatham break : diary of a natural disaster. Cape Naturalist. 1987 Fall; 16(2):28-33.

204.    Minsky, Dennis. Episode at High Head. Cape Naturalist. 1979 Summer; 8(1):10-13.

205.    Mirick, Peter G. Hidden wildlife ; the mole salamanders. Cape Naturalist. 1987 Spring; 15(4):59-62.

206.    Morris, Larry. Return to the Saragasso. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Fall; 4(2):30-35.

207.    Moul, Edwin T. Life on a tree trunk. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Winter; 5(3):50-53.

208.    Newberger, Craig. In defense of tomorrow. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Fall; 12(2):33-34.

209.    —. A spring processional. Cape Naturalist. 1981 Summer; 10(1):19-21.

210.    Nickerson, Norton H. Freshwater wetlands : their nature and importance to man. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Summer; 9( 1):5-10.
Notes: Prepared for and first published in 1978 by  The New England Environmental Network, The Lincoln Filene Center for Citizenship and Public Affairs, Tufts University
includes biblio.

211.    Nikula, Blair. Four and twenty blackbirds : the Christmas bid count. Cape Naturalist. 1989 Winter-1990 Winter; 18( 2):23-25.

212.    Nisbet, Ian . Moths, monocultures, and man. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Mar; 1(4):54-56.

213.    Nisbet, Ian C. T. The colonization of Monmoy laughing gulls. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Summer; 5(1 ):4-8.

214.    O’Brien, Greg. A natural hisotry : the Museum’s first 40 years. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:12-17.

215.    O’Brien, Greg. Simple pleasures : watching the herring rum ; A symbol of the Cape’s reawakening. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:46-49.

216.    —. Who will calm the sea?  ‘Worn to a few sandy shoals’. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:20-21.

217.    Oldale, Robert. Geologic origins of  Stellwagon Bank. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:27-31.

218.    —. The geology of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:61-73.

219.    —. Giveth and taketh away : coastal erosion on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1995; 23:36-43.

220.    Oldale, Robert N. Cape Cod’s “magic’ quartz pebbles : see them glow iin the dark. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:44-45.

221.    Petersen, Wayne. Project seawatch–focusing on the scoters. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Mar; 1(4):58-60.

222.    Peterson, Susan. Cape Cod’s fishery cooperatives. Cape Naturalist. 1977 Winter; 6(3):45-50.

223.    Petry, Loren C. Autumn coloration. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Sep; 1(2):35.

224.    Pike, Kip. Soiled magnificence : a story of alcids and oil. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Fall; 9(2):34-39.

225.    Pond, Barbara. The uses of weeds. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Summer; 3(1):3-5.
Notes: From : A Sampler of Wayside Herbs

226.    Poole, Alan . Cape Cod’s elusive ospreys. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Winter; 11(3):48-54.

227.    Portnoy, J. W. and Soukup, M. A. Can the Cape’s diked salt marshes be restored? Cape Naturalist. 1988 Fall; 17(2):28-33.

228.    —. From salt marsh to forest : the outer Cape’s wetlands. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Fall; 11(2):28-34.

229.    Prescott, Robert. The hawk and I. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Winter; 5(3):58-60.

230.    —. Lower Cape seal census, 1978-1979. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Winter; 7( 3):50.

231.    —. The men in gray flannael suits. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Summer; 4(1):16-19.

232.    Prescott, robert. Oiled birds : first victims. Cape Naturalist. 1977; 5(4):76-77.

233.    Prescott, Robert. The strandidng of ilex illecebrosus . Cape Naturalist. 1977 Summer; 6(1):17-19.

234.    —. Toward the winter cold. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Spring; 3(4):62-63.

235.    —. Two marine strandings. Cape Naturalist. 1977 Winter; 6(3):56-57.

236.    —. Wild edibles of Cape wetlands or, How to catch a Sagittaria Latifolia. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Summer; 3(1):12-14.

237.    —. The winter the seals died. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Summer; 9(1):20-21.

238.    Prescott, Robert L. The tragedy on Lieutenant Island. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Spring; 11(4):68.

239.    Redfield, A. C. and Emery, K. O. The evolution of Pilgrim Lke. Cape Naturalist. 1977 Summer; 6 (1):4-9.

240.    Redfield, Alfred C. The critical surplus : an analysis of Cape Cod’s water table. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Summer; 7( 1):5-7.

241.    —. The Sandy Neck quawk colony. Cape Naturalist. 1976; 4(4):65-70.

242.    —. Tide and time on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Sep; 1(2):22-26.

243.    Regan, Margaret. Marriage of the minds : a natural team for research. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:38-42.

244.    Reynolds, Diane. Of moose and men : peaceful coexistence. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Summer; 11(1):16-18.

245.    Robinson, Mark H. Saving lands through trust. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:19-20.

246.    Ropes, John W. How clams move.  Cape Naturalist. 1988 Fall; 17(2):34-38.

247.    —. How old is that surf clam? Cape Naturalist. 1984 Winter; 13(3):49-51.

248.    Rowell, Miriam. Birding on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Mar; 1(4):66.

249.    Rowell, Miriam L. Birding on Cape cod. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Sep; 1(2):32.

250.    Rowell, Miriam L. In defense of blue jays. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Jun; 2(1):15-16.

251.    —. The smallest falcon. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Dec; 2(3):46-47.

252.    Russell, Louise. Ancient mariner : the mysterious horseshoe crab. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:38-41.

253.    Sargent, William. Of men and oysters in Pleasant Bay.  Cape Naturalist. 1981 Fall; 10(2):29-31, 38.

254.    Schall, Donald. Cape Cod’s trees : American beech. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Fall; 9(2):42-43.

255.    —. Cape Cod’s trees : American holly. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Winter; 9( 3):66-67.

256.    —. Cape Cod’s trees : Atlantic white cedar. Cape Naturalist. 1979 Spring; 7(4):78.

257.    —. Cape Cod’s trees : eastern red cedar and Eastern hemlock. Cape Naturalist. 1979 Summer; 8(1):22-23.

258.    —. Cape Cod’s trees : red maple (acer rubrum). Cape Naturalist. 19980 Spring; 9(4):74-75.

259.    —. Cape Cod’s trees : The “other” pines. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Winter; 7( 3):58-61.

260.    —. Cape Cod’s trees : the pitch pine. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Fall; 7(2):38-39.

261.    —. Cape Cod’s trees : The sassafras. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Summer; 7( 1):22-23.

262.    —. Cape Cod’s trees : the white oak group. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Summer; 9(1):22-23.

263.    —. Cape Cod’s trees ; Wild black cherry. Cape Naturalist. 1979 Fall; 8(2):38-39.

264.    —. Cape Cod trees : American elm (Ulmus americana). Cape Naturalist. 1982 Summer; 11(1):13.

265.    —. Cape Cod trees ; black gum (Nyssa sylvatica). Cape Naturalist. 1981 Fall; 10(2):39.

266.    —. Cape Cod trees : black locust (Robina pseudoacacia). Cape Naturalist. 1982 Spring; 01(4):71.

267.    —. Cape Cod trees : gray birch ( Betula populifolia). Cape Naturalist. 1981 Winter; 10(3):53.

268.    —. Cape Cod trees : mockernut hickory (Carya tomentosas). Cape Naturalist. 1982 Winter; 11(3):55.

269.    —. Cape Cod trees : the red oak group. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Spring; 8( 4):78-79.

270.    —. Cape Cod trees : trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides). Cape Naturalist. 1983 Fall; 12(2):32.

271.    —. Cape Cod trees : white ash (Fraxinus americana). Cape Naturalist. 1982 Fall; (11):2.

272.    —. Endangered survey. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Spring; 9(4 ):76.

273.    —. Paine’s Creek : the preservation of solitude. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Summer; 13(1):14-16.

274.    —. Salt spray, shaper of beach plants. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Winter; 4( 3):50-53.

275.    Schall, Donald and Murley, Dennis. Survey of the pond flora of Cape Cod, Massachusets. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Spring; 12(4):58-61.

276.    Schloerb, Ron. Treasured island : Monomoy National Wildlife refuge. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:20-30.

277.    Seattle, Chief. The end of living and the beginning of survival. Cape Naturalist. 19889 Winter; 18(2):42-46.

278.    Sheldom, William G. The woodcock…Cape Cod shorebird of the uplands. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Dec; 1(3):38-.

279.    Sheldon, William. The return of the wild turkey. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Spring; 3(4):57-61.

280.    —. The ruffed grouse : winter survival and spring thunder. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Spring; 2(4):55-61.

281.    Sheldon, William G. The red fox, expert survival. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Spring; 6(4):68-71.

282.    Sheran, Kathleen A. Codium : a single-celled trespasser. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Jun; 2(7-9).

283.    Shiflett-Fitton, Deborah. But what does a naturalist do? Cape Naturalist. 1985 Winter; 14(3):62-63.

284.    Simonitsch, James. Bullraking. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Sep; 1(2):30.

285.    Simser, Dave. How serious is the gypsy moth menace? Cape Naturalist. 1986 Spring; 15(1):6-12.

286.    Simser, Dave and Moran, Pam.  As long as there have been humans, there have been fleas. Cape Naturalist. 1987 Summer; 16(1):19-21.

287.    Slesinger, Jeff. A day at the race. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Summer; 7(1):8-14, 19.

288.    Smedley, Scott. The Baltimore checkerspot. Cape Naturalist. 1979 Fall; 8(2):32-33.

289.    —. The Cape Cod lepidoptera inventory. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Spring; 10(4):72-77.
Notes: includes biblio.

290.    —. A gypsy moth primer. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Spring; 9(4):77-82.
Notes: includes biblio.

291.    Smedley, Scott R. “Join hands for protection of wildlife and natural habitat for man’s encroaching development”. Cape Naturalist. 1979 Summer; 8(1):14-16.
Notes: …first-place winning speech presented…before the Massachusetts Federation of  Garden Clubs…at Cape cod Community College, West Barnstable on J.anuary 20, 1979

292.    Smith, Harold. The sandhill crane on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Fall; 3(2):35-36.

293.    Sonnenberg, Eileen. kids’ corner : animal tracks. Cape Naturalist. 1987 Winter-1988 Winter; 16(3):66-67.

294.    Souza, matt . Can we afford the mute swan? Cape Naturalist. 1984 Winter; 13(3):46-48.

295.    Spitzer, Numi C. The cape Cod mammal survey : Summer, 1976. Cape Naturalist. 1977 Summer; 6(1):10-16.

296.    Steuer, Karen. Ancient visitors : the sea turtles of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1990 Spring; 18(3):52-57.

297.    Svenson, Henry K. Insect-catching plants, particularly of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Jun; 2(1):12-14.

298.    Teal, John M. Life and death of the salt marsh : another look. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:14-17.

299.    Teal, John M. and Burns, Kathryn A. Oil spill on the Wild Harbor marsh. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Jun; 1(1):3-5.

300.    Todd, Nancy  and Todd, John. New alchemy on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Jun; 2(1):3-6.

301.    Townsend, Richard W. Collecting seashells on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Jun; 2(1):17-19.

302.    —. Some common marine gastropods of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Summer; 3(1):15-19.

303.    Trull, Peter. The coming of the coyote. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:35-38.

304.    —. A field guide to the terns of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Winter-1989 Winter; 17(3):53-54.

305.    —. Life in a tern colony. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Spring; 6(4):72-75.

306.    —. The roseate tern : a life in the balance. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Winter-1989 Winter; 17(3):44-51.

307.    —. A sampling from : A Field Guide to the Birds of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:36-41.

308.    —. Terns in winter : a management concern. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Fall; 13(2):27-32.

309.    Valois, John. Loligo : ice cream cone of the Atlantic. Cape Naturalist. 1882 Spring; 10(4):68-69.

310.    Veit, Richard R. and Petersen, Wayne R. Wingspan. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:68-75.

311.    Waters, Barbara S. Marine aquariums–Cape Cod style. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Fall; 3(2):24-30.

312.    —. The neighborhood puddle needs protection, too. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Spring; 12(4):62-64.

313.    Waters, John F. Encounter : the compleat naturalist and thedefiant chipmunk. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Spring; 11(4):67.

314.    Wheeler, C. L. The green crab heads north. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Fall; 9(2):26-33.

315.    Whitbread, Thomas f. A catbird documentary. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Fall; 4(2):36-37.

316.    Zaremba, Robert. Coast Guard Beach : a case study in the importance of drift lines. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Winter; 9( 3):49-55.

317.    —. Coast Guard Beach : toward a model for northern barrier beach processes. Cape Naturalist; 7(2):28-34, 37.

318.    Zaremba, Robert E.; Patterson, William A III, and Rudnicky, James. Prescribed burning experiments in nantucket heathlands. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Winter; 12(3):49-55.

319.    Zinn, Donald. The marrow of nature. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Winter; 15(3):48-49.

320.    Zinn, Donald J. Another visitor makes a home on the Cape. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Fall; 15(2):31-324.

321.    —. A can of sea worms. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Sep; 2(2):257.

322.    —. Cormorants : magnificent and useful, though smelly. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Winter; 11 (3):61.

323.    —. Fiddler on the beach. Cape Naturalist. 1979 Summer; 8(1):4-9.

324.    —. Relationaships in a Cape Cod woodpile. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Summer; 13(1):12.

325.    —. A sedimental journey. Cape Naturalist. 1987 Summer; 16(1):3-7.

326.    —. Survival or surrender for our endangered wildlife :”Extinction is forever”. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Summer; 14(1):16-19.

327.    —. A world beneath your feet. Cape Naturalist. 1977 Fall; 6(2):29-32.

Reference List

Acid rain

1.    Gagnon, David A. Attack from the sky : acid rain and Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1981 Winter; 10(3):47-52.

Adder’s tongue

1.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered plants : Adder’s tongue  (Ophioglossum vulgatum variety pseudopodum). Cape Naturalist. 1988 Winter-1989 Winter; 17(3):63.

Alcidae

1.    Pike, Kip. Soiled magnificence : a story of alcids and oil. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Fall; 9(2):34-39.

Alewife

1.    Finch, Robert . Meeting the alewives of Stony Brook. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Summer; 13(1):17-19.

2.    Hay, John and Breivogel, Carl. Running on empty ; are we neglecting the alewives? Cape Naturalist. 1995; 23:25-29.

3.    O’Brien, Greg . Simple pleasures : watching the herring rum ; A symbol of the Cape’s reawakening. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:46-49.

American elm

1.    Schall, Donald. Cape Cod trees : American elm (Ulmus americana). Cape Naturalist. 1982 Summer; 11(1):13.

Animal tracks

1.    Cairn, North. Keeping tracks. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:3-5.

2.    Sonnenberg, Eileen. kids’ corner : animal tracks. Cape Naturalist. 1987 Winter-1988 Winter; 16(3):66-67.

Animals–Habitations

1.    Zinn, Donald J. Relationaships in a Cape Cod woodpile. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Summer; 13(1):12.

Archaeology–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Dunford, Fred . Archaeological sites succumbing to human and natural pressures. Cape Naturalist. 1987; 16(3):60-65.

2.    `Dunford, Fred and O’Brien, Greg. The mysteries of Wing Island. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:8-18.

3.    Mavor, James W. jr and Dix, Byron E. Ritual stones of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Summer; 11(1):6-12.

Archaeology–United States

1.    Dunford, Frederick J. 1950 : American archaeology at mid-century. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:42-47.

Aspen

1.    Schall, Donald. Cape Cod trees : trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides). Cape Naturalist. 1983 Fall; 12(2):32.

Asters

1.    Highway as habitat. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Summer; 17(1):20.

Atlantic brant

1.    Clough, Thomas R. The little  sea goose. Cape Naturalist; Fall 1976(5):2.

Atlantic white cedar

1.    Laderman, Aimlee. Hidden cedar swamp kettles of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Fall; 12(2):36-39.

2.    Schall, Donald. Cape Cod’s trees : Atlantic white cedar. Cape Naturalist. 1979 Spring; 7(4):78.

Aviaries

1.    Carpenter, Ginger. The museum has its aviary again. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Winter; 14(3):61.

Barrier beaches

1.    Zaremba, Robert. Coast Guard Beach : toward a model for northern barrier beach processes. Cape Naturalist; 7(2):28-34, 37.

Barrier islands

1.    Barrier island habitats : worlds of constant change. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:31-33.

Bats

1.    Horwitz, Ellie. The bats of Massachusetts are getting some attention. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Winter; 15(3):53-59.

2.    Keith, Allan R. Hoary bat at Martha’s Vineyard in winter. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Winter; 7(3):52-53.

Beach erosion

1.    Oldale, Robert. Giveth and taketh away : coastal erosion on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1995; 23:36-43.

Beach erosion–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Carr, Elliott . Holding back the sea : one man’s view. Cape Naturalist. 1997;  24:24-31.

Beaches–Study and teaching

1.    Shore to please : a children’s guide to beaches. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:72-76.

Beech

1.    Schall, Donald. Cape Cod’s trees : American beech. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Fall; 9(2):42-43.

Billingsgate (Wellfleet, Mass.)

1.    O’Brien, Greg . Who will calm the sea?  ‘Worn to a few sandy shoals’. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:20-21.

Biological diversity conservation

1.    LeBlond, Richard. Noah’s gangplank. Cape Naturalist. 1989 Summer; 18(1):20-21.

Biologists

1.    Regan, Margaret. Marriage of the minds : a natural team for research. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:38-42.

Bird banding

1.    Fisk, Erma J.  Banding recoveries from Cape Cod sand-nesting birds. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Spring; 11(4):76, 79.

Bird banding–Massachusetts–Monomoy Island

1.    Baird, James. A migrant mystery at Monomoy. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Spring; 4(4):71-75.

Bird carving

1.    Ahlstrom, Carl. Bird carving : realism or impressionism? Cape Naturalist. 1981 Fall; 10(2):36-38.

Bird populations–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Bailey, Wallace. The Cape Cod Christmas bird count. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Spring; 2(4):66-68.

Bird refuges

1.    Lindborg, Kristina L. C. Where do they help the injured birda? Cape Naturalist. 1985 Summer; 14(1 ):11-15.

Bird watching

1.    Carpenter, Ginger. Sub-zero birdwatching. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Spring; 13(4):62.

Bird watching–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Bartlett, Randolph. Birding on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Jun; 1(1):12-13.

2.    Rowell, Miriam. Birding on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Mar; 1(4):66.

3.    Rowell, Miriam L. Birding on Cape cod. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Sep; 1(2):32.

Birds

1.    Hay, John. Numbers before llife. Cape Naturalist. 1977 Spring; 5(4):78.

2.    Prescott, robert. Oiled birds : first victims. Cape Naturalist. 1977; 5(4):76-77.

Birds–Behavior

1.    Fisk, Erma J.  How long do birds live? Cape Naturalist. 1986 Spring; 14(4):67-70.

Birds–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    MacIvor, Laurie H.; Griffin, Curtice R., and Melvin, Scott M. South Beach Island : a break for the birds. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Spring; 16(4):72-76.

2.    MacKenzie, Ralph S. A gallery of Cape Cod birds. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Fall; 14(2):37-39.

3.    Nikula, Blair . Four and twenty blackbirds : the Christmas bid count. Cape Naturalist. 1989 Winter-1990 Winter; 18(2):23-25.

4.    Trull, Peter. A sampling from : A Field Guide to the Birds of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:36-41.

5.    Veit, Richard R. and Petersen, Wayne R. Wingspan. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:68-75.

Birds–Migration

1.    Cairn, North. Missing music : the plight of migratory songbirds. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:32-34.

2.    Finch, Robert . Migrating south with the birds. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Summer; 14(1):3-6.

Black-crowned night heron

1.    Redfield, Alfred C. The Sandy Neck quawk colony. Cape Naturalist. 1976;  4(4):65-70.

Black duck

1.    Heusmann, H. W. Plight of the black duck. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Spring; 13(4):59-61.

Black gum

1.    Schall, Donald. Cape Cod trees ; black gum (Nyssa sylvatica). Cape Naturalist. 1981 Fall; 10(2):39.

Black locust

1.    Schall, Donald. Cape Cod trees : black locust (Robina pseudoacacia). Cape Naturalist. 1982 Spring; 01(4):71.

Blue jay

1.    Rowell, Miriam L. In defense of blue jays. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Jun; 2(1):15-16.

Bluefin tuna

1.    Conlon, John C. The elusive bluefin. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Fall; 13(2):35-37.

2.    Slesinger, Jeff. A day at the race. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Summer; 7(1):8-14, 19.

Bogs, quaking

1.    LeBlond, Richard. The quaking bog of Shank Painter Pond. Cape Naturalist. 1981 Summer; 10(1):5-9.

Botanists

1.    LeBlond, Richard. A most dangerous profession. Cape Naturalist. 1990 Spring; 18(3):60-61.

Broom crowberry

1.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered plants :  broom crowberry. (Corema Conradii Torr.). Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:63-64.

Bushy rockrose

1.    Cape and islands rare and endangred plants : bushy rockrose (Helianthemum dumosum). Cape Naturalist. 1988 Summer; 17(1):19.

Butterflies

1.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered wildlife : regal frittillary. (Speyeria idalia). Cape Naturalist. 1989 Summer; 18(1):3.

2.    Dennis, John V. Some notes on changing butterfly populations. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Winter; 14(3):54-60.

3.    Edwards, Robert and Edwards, Eric. Censusing the Falmouth butterflies. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Summer; 9(1):14-19.

4.    Hansen, Tor. Of mustery and migration : the Baltimore checkerspots. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:44-46.

5.    —. Preserving Brewster’s windmill meadow : a case against  mowing. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:50-51.

6.    McClung, Robert M. My butterfly year. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Summer; 2(4):6-9.

7.    Smedley, Scott. The Baltimore checkerspot. Cape Naturalist. 1979 Fall; 8(2):32-33.

8.    —. The Cape Cod lepidoptera inventory. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Spring; 10(4):72-77.
Notes: includes biblio.

Butterfly weed

1.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered plants :  broom crowberry. (Corema Conradii Torr.). Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:63-64.

Canada goose

1.    Heusmann, H. W. Are Canada geese a threat to shellfish ? Cape Naturalist. 1983 Winter; 12(3):46-48.

Cape Cod–Description and travel

1.    Finch, Robert . A day of roads. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:40-51.

Cape Cod–Description and travel–Views

1.    Coleman, David. Focus on the Cape : work of the Cape Photo Project. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:29-34.

Cape Cod (Mass.)–Antiquities

1.    Dunford, Fred . From Pleistocene to plague : man and naature on Cape Cod before 1629. Cape Naturalist. 1989 Summer; 18(1):4-8.

2.    —. Smoke from a distant fire : 5000 years ago at Upper Mill Pond. Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:50-56.

3.    Dunford, Frred. In the season of beach plums : Native origins. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:55-59.

Cape Cod (Mass.)–Geology

1.    Oldale, Robert. The geology of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:61-73.

Cape Cod (Mass.)–Natural history

1.    Cairn, North. Necessary connections ; editor’s notes. Cape Naturalist. 1994;  21:3-5.

2.    Finch, Robert . The Cape itself. Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:16-25.

3.    Loebig, Mary. The natural year : through the eyes of children, nature is a whole new world. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:74-79.

Cape Cod Museum of Natural History (Brewster, Mass.)

1.    Hay, John. Dedication of new wing and a rededication of purpose. Cape Naturalist. 1987; 16(3):54-59.

2.    O’Brien, Greg. A natural hisotry : the Museum’s first 40 years. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:12-17.

Catbird

1.    Whitbread, Thomas f. A catbird documentary. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Fall; 4(2):36-37.

Chatham break (Chatham, Mass.)

1.    Miller, Richard N. Chatham break : diary of a natural disaster. Cape Naturalist. 1987 Fall; 16(2):28-33.

Cherry

1.    Schall, Donald. Cape Cod’s trees ; Wild black cherry. Cape Naturalist. 1979 Fall; 8(2):38-39.

Chipmunks

1.    Hay, John. The song of the chipmunk. Cape Naturalist. 1979 Fall; 8(2):28-30.

2.    Waters, John F. Encounter : the compleat naturalist and thedefiant chipmunk. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Spring; 11(4):67.

Christmas bird count

1.    Nikula, Blair . Four and twenty blackbirds : the Christmas bid count. Cape Naturalist. 1989 Winter-1990 Winter; 18(2):23-25.

Clamming

1.    Finch, Robert. Summer flats. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Summer; 15(1):3-5.

Clams

1.    Ropes, John W. How clams move.  Cape Naturalist. 1988 Fall; 17(2):34-38.

2.    —. How old is that surf clam? Cape Naturalist. 1984 Winter; 13(3):49-51.

Coast changes

1.    O’Brien, Greg . Who will calm the sea?  ‘Worn to a few sandy shoals’. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:20-21.

2.    Oldale, Robert. Giveth and taketh away : coastal erosion on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1995; 23:36-43.

Coast Guard Beach (Eastham, Mass.)

1.    Zaremba, Robert. Coast Guard Beach : a case study in the importance of drift lines. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Winter; 9( 3):49-55.

2.    —. Coast Guard Beach : toward a model for northern barrier beach processes. Cape Naturalist; 7(2):28-34, 37.

Codium

1.    Sheran, Kathleen A. Codium : a single-celled trespasser. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Jun; 2(7-9).

Commom scoter

1.    Petersen, Wayne. Project seawatch–focusing on the scoters. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Mar; 1(4):58-60.

Common yellowthroat

1.    Baird, James. A migrant mystery at Monomoy. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Spring; 4(4):71-75.

Conservation of natural esources

1.    Smedley, Scott R. “Join hands for protection of wildlife and natural habitat for man’s encroaching development”. Cape Naturalist. 1979 Summer; 8(1):14-16.
Notes: …first-place winning speech presented…before the Massachusetts Federation of  Garden Clubs…at Cape cod Community College, West Barnstable on J.anuary 20, 1979

Copepoda

1.    Conlon, John C. Microscopic copepods : food source for maine animals. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Fall; 12(2):27-30.

Cormorants

1.    Zinn, Donald J. Cormorants : magnificent and useful, though smelly. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Winter; 11 (3):61.

Coyotes–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Coyotes on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:6-7.

2.    Trull, Peter. The coming of the coyote. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:35-38.

Crabs

1.    Berrick, Stephen. The crab of the surf zone : mole crabs. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Fall; 15(2):35-37.

2.    Wheeler, C. L. The green crab heads north. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Fall; 9(2):26-33.

Cranberries

1.    Cross, Chester E. Fruit of the bogs : the American cranberry. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Sep; 2(2):22-24,  33-35.

Damselflies

1.    Brady, Willliam. Dragons and damsels. Cape Naturalist. 1977 Fall; 6(2):33-36.

2.    Carpenter, Ginger. Dragonflies and damselflies of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1989 Winter-1990 Winter; 18(2):36-41.

3.    —. The first barrens bluet damselfly in 35 years. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Winter; 15(3):43-47.

4.    Carpenter, Virginia. Dragonflies and damselflies of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:8-15.

Diamondback terrapin

1.    Cape and Islands rare and endangred wildlife : northern diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin terrapin). Cape Naturalist. 1988 Fall; 17(1):27.

2.    Auger, Peter J. and Giovannone, Patricia. On the fringe of existence : Diamondback terrapins at Sandy Naeck. Cape Naturalist. 1979 Fall; 8(3):44-58.
Notes: includes biblio.

Dolphins

1.    Clapham, Phil . The dolphins  next door :  often seen but poorly understood. Cape Naturalist. 1987 Winter-1988 Winter; 16(3):48-53.

Dragonflies

1.    Brady, Willliam. Dragons and damsels. Cape Naturalist. 1977 Fall; 6(2):33-36.

2.    Carpenter, Ginger. Dragonflies and damselflies of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1989 Winter-1990 Winter; 18(2):36-41.

3.    —. The first barrens bluet damselfly in 35 years. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Winter; 15(3):43-47.

4.    —. The iridescent world of the dragonfly. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Spring; 12(4):65-67.

5.    Carpenter, Virginia. Dragonflies and damselflies of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:8-15.

Drift bottles

1.    Dennis, John V. and Gunn, Charles R. Anatomy of a stranding. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Fall; 5(2):30-35.

Drift lines

1.    Zaremba, Robert. Coast Guard Beach : a case study in the importance of drift lines. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Winter; 9( 3):49-55.

Drift seeds and fruits

1.    Dennis, Johm V. Tracing the origins of drift deposits. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Summer; 14(1):7-10.

2.    Dennis, John V. and Gunn, Charles R. Anatomy of a stranding. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Fall; 5(2):30-35.

3.    —. Sea-beans : long distance drifters from the south. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Winter; 3(3):40-45.

Drinking water–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Lord, Robin. Precious resource : a look at our sole-source auifer. Cape Naturalist. 1995; 23:30-33.

Earthquakes–New England

1.    Ebel. John E.  Earthquakes in New England. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Spring; 13(4):63-66.

Eastern hemlock

1.    Schall, Donald. Cape Cod’s trees : eastern red cedar and Eastern hemlock. Cape Naturalist. 1979 Summer; 8(1):22-23.

Eastern red cedar

1.    Schall, Donald. Cape Cod’s trees : eastern red cedar and Eastern hemlock. Cape Naturalist. 1979 Summer; 8(1):22-23.

Eels

1.    Berrick, Stephen. The essential sand eel. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Winter; 9(3):56-60.

2.    Morris, Larry . Return to the Saragasso. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Fall; 4(2):30-35.

Eiders

1.    Hansen, Tor. The springtime dance of the eiders. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Spring; 14(4):64-66.

Endangered species

1.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered plants : sandplain gerardia (Agalinis acuta). Cape Naturalist. 1988 Spring; 16(4):81.

2.    Hay, John. Endangeres species : we are the custodians. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Spring; 15(1):13-15.

3.    Zinn, Donald J. Survival or surrender for our endangered wildlife :”Extinction is forever”. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Summer; 14(1):16-19.

Environmental education

1.    Lucas, Robert . Environmental education–The museum’s program. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Jun; 1(1):6-7.

2.    —. Soil, flowers, hornets & peanuts. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Mar; 1(4):64-65.

3.    Newberger, Craig. In defense of tomorrow. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Fall; 12(2):33-34.

Environmental protection

1.    Deland, Michael R. A strand in the web. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Winter-1989 Winter; 17(3):55-57.

Extinct animals

1.    Zinn, Donald J. Survival or surrender for our endangered wildlife :”Extinction is forever”. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Summer; 14(1):16-19.

Fall foliage

1.    Fellman, Bruce. How do the trees know it’s fall? Cape Naturalist. 1986 Fall; 15(2):27-30.

2.    Petry, Loren C. Autumn coloration. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Sep; 1(2):35.

Fiddler crabs

1.    Zinn, Donald J. Fiddler on the beach. Cape Naturalist. 1979 Summer; 8(1):4-9.

Fish kills

1.    Dennis, John V. The mystery of marine “die-offs”. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Winter; 7(3):44-47.

Fish watching

1.    McLarney, Bill. Notes of a fishwatcher. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Summer; 11(1):19-21.

Fisheries–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Marcus, Jon. Net results : the state of offshore fisheries. Cape Naturalist. 1995; 23:12-18.

Fishes

1.    Hay, John. Desertion of the fishes. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:58-67.

Fishes–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Bloomer, Harvey W. Fisherman’s chronicle of Cape fish. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Jun; 1(1):10.

2.    Creech, Beth. A sampling of the marine fish in the coastal waters of Cape Cod Bay. Cape Naturalist. 1990 Spring; 18(3):62-63.

Fishes–Spawning

1.    McLarney, Bill. Notes of a fishwatcher. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Summer; 11(1):19-21.

Fishing

1.    Bloomer, Harvey. Handlining off Monomoy. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Mar; 1(4):61-.

Fishing, cooperative

1.    Peterson, Susan. Cape Cod’s fishery cooperatives. Cape Naturalist. 1977 Winter; 6(3):45-50.

Fishing–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Lord, Robin. Lure of the Cape : inshore fisheries doing fine, thank you. Cape Naturalist. 1995; 23:22-23.

Fleas

1.    Simser, Dave and Moran, Pam. As long as there have been humans, there have been fleas. Cape Naturalist. 1987 Summer; 16(1):19-21.

Gas, natural in submerged lands

1.    Blumberg, Robert C. Offshore oil and gas development…a time of decision. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Sep; 1(2):33-34.

Geology–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Coleman, David. The face of the future : Cape Cod’s great beach. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:48-53.

Golden club

1.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered plants : golden club   (Orontium aquaticum). Cape Naturalist. 1990 Spring; 18 (3):59.

2.    LeBlond, Richard. A most dangerous profession. Cape Naturalist. 1990 Spring; 18(3):60-61.

Grasslands

1.    LeBlond, Richard. Our sandplain grasslands : belittled, ignored and nationally significant. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Summer; 17(1):14-18.

Great Beach (Cape Cod, Mass.)

1.    Coleman, David. The face of the future : Cape Cod’s great beach. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:48-53.

Grey seals

1.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered wildlife : gray seal (Halichoerus grypus). Cape Naturalist. 1989 Winter-1990 Winter; 18(2):27.

Gulf Stream

1.    Dennis, Johm V. Tracing the origins of drift deposits. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Summer; 14(1):7-10.

2.    Dennis, John V. and Gunn, Charles R. Anatomy of a stranding. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Fall; 5(2):30-35.

3.    —. Sea-beans : long distance drifters from the south. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Winter; 3(3):40-45.

Gull Pond (Wellfleet, Mass.)

1.    Bartlett, Randolph. Sanctuary. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:52-54.

Gulls

1.    Cairn, North. Flight recordings : logging in the gulls on Monomoy. Cape Naturalist. 1995; 23:50-52.

Gypsy moth

1.    Simser, Dave. How serious is the gypsy moth menace? Cape Naturalist. 1986 Spring; 15(1):6-12.

2.    Smedley, Scott. A gypsy moth primer. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Spring; 9(4):77-82.
Notes: includes biblio.

Gypsy moth–Massachusetts

1.    Nisbet, Ian. Moths, monocultures, and man. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Mar; 1(4):54-56.

Halley’s comet

1.    Berger, Barney. Why you should have heard of Edmund Halley. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Winter; 14(3):43-47.

Harbor seal

1.    Alence, Karen . Harbor seals of Nanturcket display unique behavior. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Fall; 11(2):36-38.

Hawks

1.    Hymn to a hawk. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:38-39.

2.    Prescott, Robert. The hawk and I. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Winter; 5(3):58-60.

Hay, John  1915-

1.    Cairn, North. A natural presence. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20 :52-55.

Hazardous wastes

1.    Blackmar, David S. A frightening array of household chemiclas. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Winter; 12(3):44-45.

Herbs

1.    Pond, Barbara . The uses of weeds. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Summer; 3(1):3-5.
Notes: From : A Sampler of Wayside Herbs

Herring-gull

1.    Harris, James T. When the herring gulls nest. Cape Naturalist. 1977 Spring; 5(4):68-71.

Hickories

1.    Schall, Donald. Cape Cod trees : mockernut hickory (Carya tomentosas). Cape Naturalist. 1982 Winter; 11(3):55.

Hiking–Massachusets–Cape Cod

1.    Friary, Ned and Bendure, Glenda. Natural steps : walks from a naturalist’s hiking guide. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:60-68.

Holly_

1.    Schall, Donald. Cape Cod’s trees : American holly. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Winter; 9(3):66-67.

Horned owl

1.    Adami, Ginger . The dark realm of the great horned owl. Cape Naturalist. 1981 Winter; 10(3):60-62.

Human-animal relationships

1.    Reynolds, Diane. Of moose and men : peaceful coexistence. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Summer; 11(1):16-18.

Hyla crucifer

1.    Finch, Robert . Hyla crucifer : the voice of spring. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Spring; 2(4):64-65.

Indians of North America–Antiquities

1.    Emery, K. O. A small Indian midden in Quissett. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Spring; 8(4):68-71.

2.    Mavor, James W. jr and Dix, Byron E. Ritual stones of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Summer; 11(1):6-12.

Indians of  North America–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Dunford, Frred. In the season of beach plums : Native origins. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:55-59.

Insectivorous plants

1.    Svenson, Henry K. Insect-catching plants, particularly of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Jun; 2(1):12-14.

Insects–Behavior

1.    Lash, Rebecca . Where to find insects in winter. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Winter; 13(3):43-45.

Interstitial fauna

1.    Zinn, Donald J. A sedimental journey. Cape Naturalist. 1987 Summer; 16(1):3-7.

Intertidal fauna

1.    Zinn, Donald J. A world beneath your feet. Cape Naturalist. 1977 Fall; 6(2):29-32.

John Henry Site (Brewster, Mass.)

1.    Dunford, Fred . The John Henry site :  prehistoric harvesting of the tidal flat. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Summer; 13(1):11.

Kestrals

1.    Rowell, Miriam L. The smallest falcon. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Dec; 2(3):46-47.

Kettle ponds

1.    Laderman, Aimlee. Hidden cedar swamp kettles of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Fall; 12(2):36-39.

Kitchen-middens–Massachusetts–Barnstable

1.    Emery, K. O. A small Indian midden in Quissett. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Spring; 8(4):68-71.

Krusen

1.    Dunford, Fred . Archaeological investigations at The Dividing Place. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:56-60.

Land trusts

1.    Robinson, Mark H. Saving lands through trust. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:19-20.

Land use–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Finch, Robert . A sense of place. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Winter; 4(3):56-57.

Land use–Planning

1.    Deland, Michael R. A strand in the web. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Winter-1989 Winter; 17(3):55-57.

Landscape protection

1.    Finch, Robert . Taxes, restrictions and oen space. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Dec; 2(3):42-43.

Laughing gull

1.    Nisbet, Ian C. T. The colonization of Monmoy laughing gulls. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Summer; 5(1):4-8.

Lawns

1.    Longland, David R. Lawns, meadows or both? Cape Naturalist. 1987 Summer; 16(1):15-18.

Least tern

1.    Minsky, Dennis. Episode at High Head. Cape Naturalist. 1979 Summer; 8(1):10-13.

Leaves–Color

1.    Fellman, Bruce. How do the trees know it’s fall? Cape Naturalist. 1986 Fall; 15(2):27-30.

Lepidoptera–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    . Cape and Islands rare and endangered wildlife  : water-willow borer (Papaipema sulphurata). Cape Naturalist. 1988 Summer; 17(1):11.

2.    Mello, Mark. A Massachusetts rarity : the rediscovery of  Papaipema sulphurata. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Summer; 17(1):4-10.

Lichens

1.    Finch, Robert . Life in the dead of winter. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Winter-1989 Winter; 17(3):58-61.

2.    Moul, Edwin T. Life on a tree trunk. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Winter; 5(3):50-53.

Limulus polyphemus

1.    Gibson, Dan and Gibson, Vicki. The living fossil comes of age. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Spring; 11(4):72-75.

2.    —. The living fossil’s habits. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Summer; 12(1):18-22.

3.    McClung, Robert M. Limulus polyphemus, a living fossil. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Dec; 2(3):38-42.

4.    Russell, Louise. Ancient mariner : the mysterious horseshoe crab. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:38-41.

Limulus test

1.    Gibson, Dan and Gibson, Vicki. The living fossil comes of age. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Spring; 11(4):72-75.

Lobster fisheries

1.    Leach, Robert . Shellfishing and lobstering on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Fall; 4(2):25-29.

Luminescence

1.    Oldale, Robert N. Cape Cod’s “magic’ quartz pebbles : see them glow iin the dark. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:44-45.

Lyme disease

1.    Brown, Laura. With the spring comes the tick season and Lyme disease. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Spring; 14(4):59-63.

Mammals–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Spitzer, Numi C. The cape Cod mammal survey : Summer, 1976. Cape Naturalist. 1977 Summer; 6(1):10-16.

Mammals–Massachusetts–Monomoy Wildlife Refuge

1.    Holt, Denver W.; Humphrey, Robert C., and Lortie, John P. The mammals of Monomoy Wildlife Refuge. Cape Naturalist. 1987 Spring; 15(4):63-69.

Marine aquariums

1.    Waters, Barbara S. Marine aquariums–Cape Cod style. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Fall; 3(2):24-30.

Marine invertebrates–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Townsend, Richard W. Some common marine gastropods of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Summer; 3(1 ):15-19.

Marine mammals–Strandings

1.    Prescott, Robert. Two marine strandings. Cape Naturalist. 1977 Winter; 6(3):56-57.

Marine worms

1.    Berrick, Stephen. Sand castle builders of the flats. Cape Naturalist. 1981 Fall; 10(2):32-35.

Marshes, tide

1.    Friedman, James M. Salt marshes and the constitution. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Winter; 5(3):44-49.

2.    Portnoy, J. W. and Soukup, M. A. Can the Cape’s diked salt marshes be restored? Cape Naturalist. 1988 Fall; 17(2):28-33.

3.    Teal, John M.  Life and death of the salt marsh : another look. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:14-17.

4.    Teal, John M.  and Burns, Kathryn A. Oil spill on the Wild Harbor marsh. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Jun; 1(1):3-5.

Massachusetts Bay

1.    Leaning, John R. Outlook on the outfall pipe. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:22-26.

2.    —. Update on the outfall. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:49-51.

Massachusetts–Natural Heritage Program

1.    Limon, Jodie Ann. Massachusetts natural heritage program : inventory and protection of natural diversity. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Spring; 13(4):67-70.

Meadows

1.    Longland, David R. Lawns, meadows or both? Cape Naturalist. 1987 Summer; 16(1):15-18.

Milkweed

1.    Lash, Rebecca . The complex community of milkweed. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Winter; 11(3):44-46.

Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge (Cape Cod, Mass.)

1.    Schloerb, Ron . Treasured island : Monomoy National Wildlife refuge. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:20-30.

Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge (Cape Cod, Massachusetts

1.    Humphrey, Robert C. The American oystercatcher on Monommoy National Wildlife Refuge. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Summer; 14(1):20-23.

Moor ecology–Massachusetts–Nantucket

1.    Zaremba, Robert E.; Patterson, William A III, and Rudnicky, James. Prescribed burning experiments in nantucket heathlands. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Winter; 12(3):49-55.

Moors and heaths

1.    LeBlond, Richard. Our sandplain grasslands : belittled, ignored and nationally significant. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Summer; 17(1):14-18.

Moths

1.    Hansen, Tor. Cycle of change ; the cecropia’s journey. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:78-79.

2.    Lash, Rebecca . The watcher in the shadows. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Spring; 15(1):21-22.

3.    Smedley, Scott. The Cape Cod lepidoptera inventory.  Cape Naturalist. 1982 Spring; 10(4):72-77.
Notes: includes biblio.

Mushrooms

1.    Lucas, Robert . The wild mushroom. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Dec; 1(3):48-49.

Mute swans

1.    Souza, matt. Can we afford the mute swan? Cape Naturalist. 1984 Winter; 13(3):46-48.

Natural history–Study and teaching

1.    Keller, Sarah . Cultivating  the sense of wonder. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:80-82.

Nature photography

1.    MacKenzie, Ralph Snow. Cape Cod nature portfolio. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Summer; 12(1):9-112.

Nature study

1.    Blaisdell-Bannon, Alicia. No kidding! Learning about the world around tham. Cape Naturalist. 1995; 23:46-48.

2.    Gilmore, Lucy . Teaching nature to a child : inspiration for guiding young minds. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:54-56.

3.    Hay, John. The marvels of Cape Cod : wonders that defy us. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:36-37.

4.    Luebke, Felicity. Life under a log : a guide for field trips. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:58-60.

5.    Newberger, Craig. In defense of tomorrow. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Fall; 12(2):33-34.

6.    Shiflett-Fitton, Deborah. But what does a naturalist do? Cape Naturalist. 1985 Winter; 14(3):62-63.

The New Alchemy Institute–East  (Woods Hole, Mass.)

1.    Todd, Nancy and Todd, John. New alchemy on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Jun; 2(1):3-6.

Ocean

1.    Mayo, Charles III. Seasons of the sea. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Summer; 5(1):9-12.

Ocean currents

1.    Kurlychek, George A. Charting Gulf Stream surface currents : a junior high school experiment. Cape Naturalist. 1981 Summer; 10(1):14-17.

Ocean waves

1.    Goldsmith, Victor and Goldsmith, Yvonne E. Waves against Cape Cod ; an uneasy truce. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Jun; 1(1):16-19.

Oil pollution of the sea

1.    Hay, John. Numbers before llife. Cape Naturalist. 1977 Spring; 5(4):78.

2.    Pike, Kip. Soiled magnificence : a story of alcids and oil. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Fall; 9(2):34-39.

3.    Prescott, robert. Oiled birds : first victims. Cape Naturalist. 1977; 5(4):76-77.

Oil spills

1.    Teal, John M.  and Burns, Kathryn A. Oil spill on the Wild Harbor marsh. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Jun; 1(1):3-5.

Open spaces–massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Finch, Robert . Taxes, restrictions and oen space. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Dec; 2(3):42-43.

Opossum

1.    Zinn, Donald J. Another visitor makes a home on the Cape. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Fall; 15(2):31-324.

Orchids–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    LeBlond, Richard. The orchids of Cape Cod : nature’s beautiful machines. Cape Naturalist. 1987 Summer; 16(1):8-13.

Organic gardening

1.    Crosby, Joanna. Rooted in nature : organic gardens blossom. Cape Naturalist. 1995; 23:57-59.

Ospreys

1.    Coleman, David. Bird’s-eye view : Osprey ecovery. Cape Naturalist. 1993;  21:35-36.

2.    Poole, Alan. Cape Cod’s elusive ospreys. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Winter; 11(3):48-54.

Owls

1.    Holt, Denver W. The short-eared owl in Massachusetts . Cape Naturalist. 1985 Fall; 14(2):31-35.

Oystercatcher

1.    Humphrey, Robert C. The American oystercatcher on Monommoy National Wildlife Refuge. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Summer; 14(1):20-23.

Oysters

1.    Sargent, William. Of men and oysters in Pleasant Bay.  Cape Naturalist. 1981 Fall; 10(2):29-31, 38.

Paine’s Creek (Brewster, Mass,)

1.    O’Brien, Greg . Simple pleasures : watching the herring rum ; A symbol of the Cape’s reawakening. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:46-49.

2.    Schall, Donald. Paine’s Creek : the preservation of solitude. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Summer; 13(1):14-16.

Penikese Island (Mass.)

1.    Dennis, John V. Lonely Penikese. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Winter; 4(3):44-49.

Petroleum in submerged lands

1.    Blumberg, Robert C. Offshore oil and gas development…a time of decision. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Sep; 1(2):33-34.

Photography

1.    Cairn, North. seeing is believing.  Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:54-57.

Pilgrim Lake (Truro, Mass.)

1.    Redfield, A. C. and Emery, K. O. The evolution of Pilgrim Lke. Cape Naturalist. 1977 Summer; 6 (1):4-9.

Pines

1.    Schall, Donald. Cape Cod’s trees : The “other” pines. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Winter; 7(3):58-61.

Piping plovers

1.    Cape and islands  rare and endangered wildlife  : :piping plover  (Charadrius melodus). Cape Naturalist. 1988 Spring; 16(4):77.

2.    Struggle for survival : protecting plovers and terns. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:34-37.

Pitch pine

1.    Schall, Donald. Cape Cod’s trees : the pitch pine. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Fall; 7(2):38-39.

Plants–habitat

1.    Evolution’s benchmarks : Cape Cod’s type sites. Cape Naturalist. 1987 Fall; 16(2):42-43.

Plants is winter

1.    LeBlond, Richard. Some summer friends can become better known in winter. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Winter; 15(3):60-63.

Pleasant Bay (Orleans, Mass.)

1.    Sargent, William. Of men and oysters in Pleasant Bay.  Cape Naturalist. 1981 Fall; 10(2):29-31, 38.

Plymouth gentian

1.    A splendid species. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Summer; 17(1):12-13.

Polychaeta

1.    Zinn, Donald J. A can of sea worms. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Sep; 2(2):257.

Pond fauna

1.    Fellman, Bruce. Deep in a pond, life slows down. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Winter; 14(3):48-53.

Pond fauna–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Waters, Barbara S. The neighborhood puddle needs protection, too. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Spring; 12(4):62-64.

Pond flora

1.    Fellman, Bruce. Deep in a pond, life slows down. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Winter; 14(3):48-53.

Pond flora–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Schall, Donald and Murley, Dennis. Survey of the pond flora of Cape Cod, Massachusets. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Spring; 12(4):58-61.

Prescribed burning

1.    Zaremba, Robert E.; Patterson, William A III, and Rudnicky, James. Prescribed burning experiments in nantucket heathlands. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Winter; 12(3):49-55.

Provincetown Harbor (Provincetown, Mass.)

1.    Mello, Mark J. Harbor life : benthic community structure in Provincetown Harbor. Cape Naturalist. 1981 Summer; 10(1):10-13.

Quahoging

1.    Leach, Robert . Shellfishing and lobstering on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Fall; 4(2):25-29.

2.    Simonitsch, James. Bullraking. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Sep; 1(2):30.

Quartz

1.    Oldale, Robert N. Cape Cod’s “magic’ quartz pebbles : see them glow iin the dark. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:44-45.

Rainey Site (Orleans, Mass.)–Archaeology

1.    Dunford, Fred . Archaeological investigations at The Dividing Place. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:56-60.

Rare plants

1.    Schall, Donald. Endangered survey. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Spring; 9(4):76.

Recycling (waste, etc.)

1.    Knox, Dorothy H. Recycling on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Jun; 1(1):13-14.

Red fox

1.    Sheldon, William G. The red fox, expert survival. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Spring; 6(4):68-71.

Red maple

1.    Schall, Donald. Cape Cod’s trees : red maple (acer rubrum). Cape Naturalist. 19980 Spring; 9(4 ):74-75.

Red oak

1.    Schall, Donald. Cape Cod trees : the red oak group. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Spring; 8(4):78-79.

Renewable energy sources

1.    Todd, Nancy and Todd, John. New alchemy on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Jun; 2(1):3-6.

Roads, show and ice removal

1.    McKelway, Ben . Roads in the snow–hold the salt. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Spring; 11(4):69-71.

Rosa rugosa

1.    Hudson, Leslie J. A rose by the sea. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Fall; 3(2):31-34.

Ruffed grouse

1.    Sheldon, William. The ruffed grouse : winter survival and spring thunder. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Spring; 2(4):55-61.

Salamanders

1.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered wildlife : eastern spadefoot. (Scaphiopus h. holbrooki)  ; spotted salamander (Ambystoma maculatum). Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:60-62.

2.    Mirick, Peter G. Hidden wildlife ; the mole salamanders. Cape Naturalist. 1987 Spring; 15(4):59-62.

Sand shrimp

1.    Fales, Janis. Foot-tickler of the flats : the common sand shrimp. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Winter; 3(3 ):50-51.

Sandhill crane

1.    Smith, Harold . The sandhill crane on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Fall; 3(2):35-36.

Sandplain gerardia

1.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered plants : sandplain gerardia (Agalinis acuta). Cape Naturalist. 1988 Spring; 16(4):81.

Sandy Neck Beach (Barnstable, Mass.)

1.    Auger, Peter J. and Giovannone, Patricia. On the fringe of existence : Diamondback terrapins at Sandy Naeck. Cape Naturalist. 1979 Fall; 8(3):44-58.
Notes: includes biblio.

Sargasso Sea

1.    Morris, Larry . Return to the Saragasso. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Fall; 4(2):30-35.

Sassafras

1.    Schall, Donald. Cape Cod’s trees : The sassafras. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Summer; 7(1):22-23.

Scallops

1.    Bloomer, Harvey W. Cape scallops. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Dec; 1(3):30.

Seals

1.    Prescott, Robert. Lower Cape seal census, 1978-1979. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Winter; 7(3):50.

2.    —. The winter the seals died. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Summer; 9(1):20-21.

Seashore flora

1.    Schall, Donald. Salt spray, shaper of beach plants. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Winter; 4(3):50-53.

Seasons

1.    Adami, Ginger . Dance of the seaons. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Summer; 11(1):14-15.

2.    Mayo, Charles III. Seasons of the sea. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Summer; 5(1):9-12.

Seattle, Chief, Duwamish tribe–Teachings

1.    Seattle, Chief. The end of living and the beginning of survival. Cape Naturalist. 19889 Winter; 18(2):42-46.

Sewage disposal in the ocean

1.    Leaning, John R. Outlook on the outfall pipe. Cape Naturalist. 1992; 20:22-26.

2.    —. Update on the outfall. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:49-51.

Shank Painter Pond (Provincetown, Mass.)

1.    LeBlond, Richard. The quaking bog of Shank Painter Pond. Cape Naturalist. 1981 Summer; 10(1):5-9.

Sharks

1.    Prescott, Robert. The men in gray flannael suits. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Summer; 4(1):16-19.

Shellfish culture

1.    Jenkins, Robert E jr. Another view of shellfish farming. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Summer; 12(1):17.

2.    Middleton, Karen Chandler. Shellfish farming in native waters. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Winter; 11(3):58-60.

Shells–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Townsend, Richard W. Collecting seashells on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Jun; 2(1):17-19.

Shore birds–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Hay, John. The bird of light : migrants in winter. Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:26-35.

Slender arrowheads

1.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered plants : slender arrowhead (Sagittaria teres). Cape Naturalist. 1989 Winter-1990 Winter; 18(2):47.

Snapping turtles

1.    Hay, John. The flight of the snapping turtle. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Spring; 11(4):77,-79.

Song sparrow

1.    Baird, James. A migrant mystery at Monomoy. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Spring; 4(4):71-75.

Songbirds

1.    Cairn, North. Missing music : the plight of migratory songbirds. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:32-34.

South Beach island (Chatham, Mass.)

1.    MacIvor, Laurie H.; Griffin, Curtice R., and Melvin, Scott M. South Beach Island : a break for the birds. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Spring; 16(4):72-76.

Spiders

1.    Edwards, Robert L. and Edwards, Eric H. Cape Cod’s burrowing wolf spiders. Cape Naturalist. 1989 Summer; 18(1):12-19.

Spring ecology

1.    Newberger, Craig. A spring processional. Cape Naturalist. 1981 Summer; 10(1):19-21.

Squids

1.    Prescott, Robert. The strandidng of ilex illecebrosus . Cape Naturalist. 1977 Summer; 6(1):17-19.

2.    Valois, John. Loligo : ice cream cone of the Atlantic. Cape Naturalist. 1882 Spring; 10(4):68-69.

Stellwagon Bank (Mass.)–Geology

1.    Oldale, Robert. Geologic origins of  Stellwagon Bank. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:27-31.

Stone collecting

1.    Bry, Gerhard. Stone faces on the beach at Truro. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Summer; 5(1):14-16.

Stony Brook (Brewster, Mass.)

1.    Finch, Robert . Meeting the alewives of Stony Brook. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Summer; 13(1):17-19.

Striped bass

1.    Marcus, Jon. A success story ; striped bass. Cape Naturalist. 1995; 23:19.

Sublittoral ecology

1.    Mello, Mark J. Harbor life : benthic community structure in Provincetown Harbor. Cape Naturalist. 1981 Summer; 10(1):10-13.

Sunfishes

1.    Mola mola, the giant ocean sunfish. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Winter; 5(3):60-61.

Swallows

1.    Hay, John. Swallows and swallowtails. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21:11-16.

Terns

1.    The 1978 tern season. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Winter; 7(3 ):62-63.

2.    The 1979 tern season. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Spring; 8(4 ):76-77.

3.    The 1980 tern season. Cape Naturalist. 1981 Summer; 10(1):22-23.

4.    The 1981 tern season. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Spring; 10(4):78-79.

5.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered wildlife : roseate tern (Sterna dougallii). Cape Naturalist. 1988 Winter-1989 Winter; 17(3):43.

6.    Struggle for survival : protecting plovers and terns. Cape Naturalist. 1994; 22:34-37.

7.    Blodget, Bradford G. Tern survey and inventory data for 1984. 1984 Winter; 13(3):53-55.

8.    Blodgett, Brad. The 1982 tern season. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Winter; 11(3):62-63.

9.    Fisk, Erma. The 1975 tern season. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Winter; 4(3):58-59.

10.    Fisk, Erma J. The 1973 tern season. Cape Naturalist. 1973 Sep; 2(2):30-33, 49.

11.    —. The 1977 tern season. Cape Naturalist. 1977 Winter; 6(3):61-63.

12.    Fisk, Jonnie . The 1976 tern seaon. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Winter; 5(3):62-63.

13.    Hay, John. The bird of light : migrants in winter. Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:26-35.

14.    Trull, Peter . A field guide to the terns of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Winter-1989 Winter; 17(3 ):53-54.

15.    —. Life in a tern colony. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Spring; 6(4):72-75.

16.    —. The roseate tern : a life in the balance. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Winter-1989 Winter; 17(3):44-51.

17.    —. Terns in winter : a management concern. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Fall; 13(2):27-32.

Ticks

1.    Andreadis, Theodaore G. The wood tick. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Summer; 4(1):13-14.

2.    Brown, Laura. With the spring comes the tick season and Lyme disease. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Spring; 14(4):59-63.

Tides–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Redfield, Alfred C. Tide and time on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Sep; 1(2):22-26.

Tinker’s weed

1.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered plants : tinker’s weed (Triosteum perfoliatum). Cape Naturalist. 1989 Summer; 18(1):9.

2.    DiGregorio, Mario and Wallner, Jeff. Long lost tinker’s-weed “finds” midden. Cape Naturalist. 1989 Summer; 18(1):10-11.

Toads

1.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered wildlife : eastern spadefoot. (Scaphiopus h. holbrooki)  ; spotted salamander (Ambystoma maculatum). Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:60-62.

Trees

1.    A bunch of trees. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Dec; 1(3):45-47.

Trees, fossil

1.    Berger, France. Driftwood from the past : an unusual petrified log. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Summer; 13(1):3-5.

Turtles–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Cape and Islands rare and endangered wildlife : leatherback turtle. (Dermochelys coriacea). Cape Naturalist. 1990 Spring; 18(3):58.

2.    Steuer, Karen . Ancient visitors : the sea turtles of Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1990 Spring; 18(3):52-57.

Wasps

1.    Brady, Bill. Wasps of Cape Cod, Part 1 : Trapping the twig nesters. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Summer; 7(1 ):16-19.

2.    —. Wasps of Cape Cod, Part II : The great golden digger. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Spring; 7(4):68-72.

3.    Lash, Rebecca . The busy season for the predatory wasps. Cape Naturalist. 1985 Fall; 14(2):27-30.

4.    —. Some late summer visitors and whee they live. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Summer; 12(1):14-16.

Water conseration

1.    Kerfoot, William B. Living filters and water conservation on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Summer; 4(1):4-12.

Water–Purification

1.    Kerfoot, William B. Living filters and water conservation on Cape Cod. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Summer; 4(1):4-12.

Water table–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Redfield, Alfred C. The critical surplus : an analysis of Cape Cod’s water table. Cape Naturalist. 1978 Summer; 7( 1):5-7.

Water, undeerground

1.    Lord, Robin. Precious resource : a look at our sole-source auifer. Cape Naturalist. 1995; 23:30-33.

Water-willow borer

1.    . Cape and Islands rare and endangered wildlife  : water-willow borer (Papaipema sulphurata). Cape Naturalist. 1988 Summer; 17(1):11.

2.    Mello, Mark. A Massachusetts rarity : the rediscovery of  Papaipema sulphurata. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Summer; 17(1):4-10.

Weather

1.    Hedberg, Harold. If you don’t like the weather, wait a minute. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Spring; 12(4):68-70.

Wellfleet Wildlife Santuary (Wellfleet, Mass.)

1.    Lindborg, Kristina L. C. Where do they help the injured birda? Cape Naturalist. 1985 Summer; 14(1 ):11-15.

Wetlands

1.    Nickerson, Norton H. Freshwater wetlands : their nature and importance to man. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Summer; 9( 1):5-10.
Notes: Prepared for and first published in 1978 by  The New England Environmental Network, The Lincoln Filene Center for Citizenship and Public Affairs, Tufts University
includes biblio.

2.    Zinn, Donald. The marrow of nature. Cape Naturalist. 1986 Winter; 15(3):48-49.

Wetlands–Law and legislation

1.    Crook, Daane. Wildlife placed under wing of wetlands act. Cape Naturalist. 1987; 16(2):34-41.

2.    Friedman, James M. Salt marshes and the constitution. Cape Naturalist. 1976 Winter; 5(3):44-49.

Wetlands–Massachusetts–Cape Cod

1.    Portnoy, J. W. and Soukup, M. A. From salt marsh to forest : the outer Cape’s wetlands. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Fall; 11(2):28-34.

Whales

1.    Mayo, Charles Stormy. Global issues : the right whale. Cape Naturalist. 1991; 19:42-48.

Whales–Stranding

1.    Finch, Robert . Saving the whales. Cape Naturalist. 1993; 21 :18-26.

2.    Prescott, Robert L. The tragedy on Lieutenant Island. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Spring; 11(4):68.

White ash

1.    Schall, Donald. Cape Cod trees : white ash (Fraxinus americana). Cape Naturalist. 1982 Fall; (11):2.

White oak

1.    Schall, Donald. Cape Cod’s trees : the white oak group. Cape Naturalist. 1980 Summer; 9(1):22-23.

Wild flowers–Massachusetts—Cape Cod

1.    DiGregorio, Mario. A legacy of flowers. Cape Naturalist. 1988 Spring; 16(4):78-80.
Notes: Excerpt from DiGregrorio, Mario–A vanishing heritage,

Wild Harbor (Falmouth, Mass.)

1.    Teal, John M.  and Burns, Kathryn A. Oil spill on the Wild Harbor marsh. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Jun; 1(1):3-5.

Wild plants, edible

1.    Bush, Eileen and Shiflett, Debbie.  The wild pantry in your backyard. Cape Naturalist. 1983 Summer; 12 (1):4-7.

2.    Prescott, Robert. Wild edibles of Cape wetlands or, How to catch a Sagittaria Latifolia. Cape Naturalist. 1974 Summer; 3(1):12-14.

Wild turkeys–Massachusetts

1.    Sheldon, William. The return of the wild turkey. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Spring; 3(4):57-61.

Wildlife

1.    Crook, Daane. Wildlife placed under wing of wetlands act. Cape Naturalist. 1987; 16(2):34-41.

Wildlife attracting

1.    Barnhart, Earle. A nathrualist’s garden can bring wildlife to your backyard. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Summer; 13(1):6-10.

Wildlife habitat improvement

1.    Barnhart, Earle. A nathrualist’s garden can bring wildlife to your backyard. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Summer; 13(1):6-10.

Wildlife pests

1.    Reynolds, Diane. Of moose and men : peaceful coexistence. Cape Naturalist. 1982 Summer; 11(1):16-18.

Wing Island (Brewster, Mass.)

1.    `Dunford, Fred and O’Brien, Greg. The mysteries of Wing Island. Cape Naturalist. 1997; 24:8-18.

Winter flounder

1.    Prescott, Robert. Toward the winter cold. Cape Naturalist. 1975 Spring; 3(4):62-63.

Wood–Deterioration

1.    Zinn, Donald J. Relationaships in a Cape Cod woodpile. Cape Naturalist. 1984 Summer; 13(1):12.

Woodcock, American

1.    Sheldom, William G. The woodcock…Cape Cod shorebird of the uplands. Cape Naturalist. 1972 Dec; 1(3):38-.

Yellow birch

1.    Schall, Donald. Cape Cod trees : gray birch ( Betula populifolia). Cape Naturalist. 1981 Winter; 10(3):53.

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