Halfway through winter - officially
Today is groundhog Day and, for sure, we who live in Ontario have at least six more weeks of winter, no matter what Wiarton Willie says. (Willie is an albino groundhog, famous in these parts for predicting when spring will arrive here.)
This is what's happening nature-wise in my neck of the woods. In the largest square, the grey squirrel was chowing down on tree seeds. Moving clockwise: two crows, the tree seeds the squirrel was eating. sumac berries (NOT the poisonous kind), grass plumes, and crab apples.
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