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Monthly Archives: March 2017
The weather has been happily bouncing back and forth for the past week or so, first cold and then warmer. We’ve had some periods of showers, maybe a scant half inch in all. Our sarvis looks like it’s trying to … Continue reading
We got a light dusting of snow late last night. This time, the temperature was low – it’s 20 on the porch this morning – and it stuck to the roads. The county has announced a two hour delay in … Continue reading
We might have gotten close to an inch of snow, but the ground was warm, and it didn’t completely cover the driveway. The paved roads I can see from here look clear, but I imagine there will be travel difficulties … Continue reading
For those of you who may be curious about the spring migration, it looks like it’s on. It seems that many people are reporting seeing the FOS (first of the season) for many species significantly earlier than usual. Here’s today’s … Continue reading
At this writing, we still have a few spaces available in the Georgia Master Naturalist course that we are leading. It begins March 22 and meets for successive Wednesdays until May 17 at the Bonnie Higdon Reeves Campus in Epworth. … Continue reading
The weather has bounced back cold – it’s 30 on the porch – and there’s been a chilly wind. Wednesday, we had a fairly strong thunderstorm that left us with a welcome 1-3/4″ of rain. The rainfall totals for the … Continue reading