Autumn 2002 TOC header

5 |  View from Locke House Front porch wildlife viewing
Wildlife watching at Home has its own rewards By Nancy Clark

7 |  Letters

8 | Earthwatch
Protecting Lake Superior’s waters; Monarchs will recover from Mexican Freeze; What’s a tree worth

13 | The Seasoned Pro  For the love of turtles:
Biologist Scott Gillingwater saves endangered reptiles from hungry predators By Matthew Barron

38 | Field Trip Mighty mice:
Is that a mouse, a vole or a rat? By Nancy Clark

41 | Day One  Orienteering:
Finding your way in the woods or even a park city By Nancy Clark

44 | FON Report
Over 800 attend FON conference; Conservation Award winners

46 | Endpoint
Will Ernie Eves deliver on his clean water promises by Linda Pim


16 | To catch a bird
Watching fall’s flight at Superior’s Thunder Cape Observatory By Moira Farr 

22 | Eyed
Winners of Seasons’ 2002 nature photo contest – plus eight basic tips for taking better photos 

26 | Guiding principals
Our guide to some of the newest guidebooks for naturalists – plus the best bird field guides to use

28 | Testing the waters
Between Dryden and Kenora lies the internationally renowned Experimental Lakes Area. Just what kind of research goes on there? by Jake MacDonald