Yankee's September/October Issue Celebrates Fall Foliage in New England
“Here in New England,” by Philip Conkling (page 16): Maine’s Monhegan Island maintains a strict lobstering tradition unlike anywhere else on the Maine coast. Trap Day, on October 1, means it’s time to go lobstering again.
“First Light,” by Jim Collins (page 22): Each year, hundreds of volunteers watch and count the number of raptors that fly southward over New England during the fall migration season.
“Best 5 Fall Camping Spots,” by Carol Cambo (page 30): Yankee names the top five places to pitch a tent or park an RV during the height of autumn color.
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