Map of the Sourlands

Seeing The Sourlands

This series of Sourlands-inspired articles, written and photographed by Sourland Conservancy trustee Jim Amon, focuses on specific features of the Sourlands. The articles first appear in our eNewsletter at the end of each month and are then archived here.  ( Sign up to receive our eNewsletters by clicking “SUBSCRIBE” on the right side of this page ==> )

May 2017 – Red-Tailed Hawks

April 2017 – Go Outside

March 2017 – Sycamore Trees

February 2017 – Trees In Winter

December 2016 – Butterflies

November 2016 – Spiders

Autumn 2016 Sourland Journal – Vultures

October 2016 – Mourning Dove

September 2016 – Ferns

August 2016 – Canada Geese

July 2016 – Eating the Sourlands

June 2016 – Plant Communities

May 2016 – Biodiversity

April 2016 – A Murder of Crows

March 2016 – Beavers are Back

February 2016 – Boulders

January 2016 – Dragonflies and Damselflies

December 2015 – White Oak

November 2015 – Lawns vs. Meadows

October 2015 – Witchhazel

September 2015 – Staghorn Sumac

September 2015 – Fungi

August 2015 – Sassafras Tree

February 2015 – Beech Trees

March 2015 – Bloodroot

April 2015 – Vernal Pools

May 2015 – Skunk Cabbage

June 2015 – Milkweed and Monarchs

July 2015 – Box Turtle

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