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Awanadjo Almanack

Rob McCall lives way downeast on Moose Island. This almanack is excerpted from his weekly radio show, heard on WERU FM (89.9 in Blue hill, 99.9 in Bangor). It features his musings on the natural world and seasonal happenings.

Welcome Downeast

Winter's critters and a time of slumber

Welcome Downeast

Maize, Thanksgiving & the coming Winter

Welcome Downeast

Autumn harvest and a dose of imagination

Welcome Downeast

Damselflies, summer blooms, and Rowan trees.

Awanadjo Almanack - Issue 164

Baby seals, ospreys, blooms all about

Welcome Downeast — Issue 163

Foxes pounce, baby chicks hatch, everything turns toward spring

Welcome Downeast — Issue 162

Geraniums in a winter window and other signs of hope.

Welcome Downeast — Issue 161

Acorns, wild turkeys, and signs of snow

Awanadjo Almanack - Issue 160

It's fall and that means wild fruits coming into their own, and hunting season.

Awanadjo Almanack - Issue 159

Independence Day, the monarch effect, and the rare unicorn root

Awanadjo Almanack - Issue 158

A report on springtime blooms, bees, and gardens.

Welcome Downeast Issue 157

Flowing sap, budding pussy willows, quacking wood frogs, and other signs that spring will come.

Welcome Downeast

Rob McCall reflects on the midwinter activities of pruning, sleeping, and looking to summer.

Almanack 155 — Welcome Downeast

The winter season brings the first snow, woodsmoke in the air, and time for close-knit community.

Awanadjo Almanack—Issue 154

Autumn brings slowing days, walks in the woods, and a final round of flowers.