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Goodbye Winter

Posted on Mar 4, 2016

Goodbye Winter

This sunset from earlier in the week felt like a mix of the winter and spring seasons. As our calendars have turned to March we have entered meteorological spring. As the sun rises higher and higher and these sunsets get later and later our buds and blooms starting to pop. Next week will feature some very warm conditions for early March with birds heading north and flowers emerging from the earth. Get outdoors this weekend to enjoy the early signs of spring!

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“Birds, Blooms, Butterflies, and Amphibian Breeders” field trip series

Posted on Mar 17, 2014

“Birds, Blooms, Butterflies, and Amphibian Breeders” field trip series – April and May 2014 Springtime Field Experiences of the Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History Co-led by Mark Baldwin and Terry Mosher These field trips are for all levels of experience and are limited to the first 20 who register. The nominal fee of $20 for each trip helps defray the cost of transportation provided. All trips leave promptly from the RTPI parking lot at the start times indicated. To register, call or email Mark Baldwin at 716-665-2473, ext. 228 or [email protected] Woodcock, Vernal Pool, and...

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