Winter landscape photography can be a challenge on you and your camera, so review this advice from the pros before you head out in the cold.
Photo website 500px shares easy tips for beginning photographers to get more out of their winter shots.
This three-minute video is a good, fast overview of snow photography techniques.
Camera-maker Nikon and professional nature photographer Moose Peterson team up to give even more winter photography tips. This article is meant for more seasoned photographers.
Ice storms are the most dangerous winter weather for trees. The added weight of ice on branches can break limbs and topple trees. But ice storms can also increase tree growth if the damage is minor and even create new nesting sites for animals.
You don’t need to tap hundreds of trees to make maple syrup. Even tapping one tree can net you enough syrup to last several months.
Don’t let winter stop you from exploring your woodlot. Strap on a pair of snowshoes to see your land in a new and healthy way.
Cross-country skiing not only gives you the chance to see your woods in winter, it’s also one of the best cardio and full-body workouts available.