Using snow to learn about wildlife
Feb 20th, 2019 by Keith Worrall 241
Modified Feb 20th, 2019 at 6:00 PM
By the end of February in our neck of the woods, unless you enjoy skiing or running a snowmobile, snow is starting to get old in more ways than one.
For most of us, long gone are the days when we felt as if winter is a wonderland, with its ubiquitous white stuff covering trees picturesquely, drooping down their limbs with the weight of a fresh snowfall.
Not too many oohs and ahs over pictures of snow anymore. More like “ugh.” Sure, we all long for spring, seeing things “green up.”
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