Museum Open House: Essex Art Center

Museum Open House features and highlights many of the outstanding museums and art centers throughout the state.  The main purpose of each program is to inform viewers about current and upcoming exhibits, various programs, resources, and other opportunities that might be available to the general public.
The show is hosted by New TV, an EMMY Award winning state-of-the-art media center dedicated to providing quality local programming and training.  As a non-profit organization, New TV provides an accessible platform for expression and innovation. The guests for this show include Cathy McLaurin, Craig Gibson, Lara Mataac, and Matt Morin.

Crows flock to downtown Middlebury

If you’ve walked around downtown Middlebury at dusk this winter, you’ve seen them: thousands of crows streaming across the sky, gathering in trees, raucously caw-cawing. What are they doing? How many are there? Have there always been so many crows in Middlebury?

Migration Patterns of American Crows

Professor Andrea Townsend of Hamilton College and her student research team examine migration patterns of crows, which have cognitive abilities comparable to great apes and to small children…

Crows, smarter than you think

As research continues, the term “bird brain” no longer carries a negative connotation. Avian researcher John Marzluff showcases a few amazing, problem solving (and sometimes vindictive) feats accomplished by crows in order to break down common misconceptions about avian…

The Experience of 10,000 Crows

10,000 crows visit the campus of the University of Washington in Bothell every night to roost in the mitigated wetland habitat…

Crows at University of Washington, Bothell

A murder of crows gathers on the rooftops and trees around the University of Washington Bothell campus at dusk. The birds then swoop down into a nearby restoration area where they sleep for the night in the willow…

The secret life of Seattle’s crows

Every night, more than 10,000 Seattle-area crows fly to the University of Washington’s campus in Bothell. They seek safety in numbers, traveling as far as 50 miles to roost en masse…

Crows Winter Behavior

Across the Fence is the longest-running locally-produced program in the US. We have been on-air on WCAX-TV since 1955! Across the Fence is produced by the University of Vermont Extension…

Museum Open House: Essex Art Center

Museum Open House (@New-TV) is an ongoing series that features and highlights many of the outstanding museums and other cultural institutions. Jay Sugarman is the producer and host of Museum Open House, a popular and culturally enriching new show on NewTV. Jay talks with Craig Gibson and Dennis Hlynsky about the fascinating exhibit, in three galleries, on “Celebrating the Winter Crow Roost” that are on display at the Essex Art Center in Lawrence until March 15, 2019.

2016 Conservation Course 5th Night

February 22nd, 2016 The Study of Crows by presenters Kaeli Swift & Loma Pendergraft…


Ravens and Crows – Who’s Who?

Is that big black bird a crow or a raven? How can you tell?