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North Shore News
While schools are closed due to COVID-19, Ipswich River's early childhood educators are finding ways to connect with their preschool students (and families) by using familiar routines and focusing on the learning and comfort that can be found outdoors.
As March turns into April, the temperatures begin to warm, days get longer, and migratory birds make their way back to Massachusetts. This includes the Hermit Thrush, a short-distance migrant that's returning to New England right now.
Please join us in giving a warm welcome to Ipswich River's new director, Amy Weidensaul. "I grew up in Massachusetts and, after a long career with the National Audubon Society in Maryland and Pennsylvania, I’m returning home," says Amy.