Sweet Auburn, Spring-Summer 2012
Inside this issue…
“The Birding Tribe:” A Celebration of Mount Auburn’s Birding Community by Bree D. Harvey and Lauren Marsh
The Consummate Birder: An Interview with Bob Stymeist by Jessica Bussmann and Jennifer Johnston
Meet Our Birders
Stories Behind the Stones: “The time of the singing of birds is come” by Bree D. Harvey
The monument for William Brewster, one of America’s most significant ornithologists, tells the story of a lifelong friendship and a commitment to the natural world.
Eternally Green: Narcissus/Beech Habitat Restoration 2012 by Candace Currie and Dennis Collins
A Majestic Presence: Wildlife Sightings at Committal Services by Tom Johnson
Highlight from our Historical Collections: Bringing to Light the Photographic Collections at Mount Auburn by Melissa Banta
People & Happenings: A Bird Watching Legacy; Staff Profile: Alberto Parker; Grants Awarded; Staff News; Jim Storey Retires from Board of Trustees; Birds and Beans; Community Garden Grows and Gives
Did You Know?
Greenhouse Construction Begins