November/December 2013

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A Job That Really Counts

A Job That Really Counts – Bird Count

By Amanda Wastrom / February 18, 2014

A first-timer shares her experiences from the annual Cape Cod Christmas Bird Count While I have grown up with a healthy love of nature, often spending childhood afternoons in the woods, in my backyard, or on the beaches down the street, I somehow never got…

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Cape residents, weather experts recall the New England Hurricane of 1938

By Matthew J. Gill / January 11, 2014

Ginny Dunham Hutchinson was 14 and a student at the Barnstable Senior/Junior High School when she and some friends walked to the beach on the afternoon of September 22, 1938.En route from the Dunham family’s cottage by Wequaquet Lake in Centerville, the group had to&hellip…

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Freeze Frames

Freeze Frames

By Cape Cod Life Publications / December 15, 2013

Most folks head for cover when a blizzard bears down, but photographers—like meteorologists—view the slippery scenario differently, as an opportunity, and often set out amidst the flurries to capture the dramatic scenery in its fresh, unsullied, and at times dangerous gl…

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