August 2015

Vol. 43, No. 4

Photo Essay: Mount Auburn Cemetery

All photos courtesy of Mount Auburn Cemetery

American Robins take every advantage of the features of Mount Auburn’s landscape.

Epitaph from Shakespeare’s Hamlet on a hillside tomb.

An unusual visitor, this Saw-whet Owl appeared briefly at Mount Auburn in 2008.

Left: Red-tailed Hawk, one of a long-term resident pair at the Cemetery.
Right: Mount Auburn Cemetery provides an excellent training ground for young birders.

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