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Old 02-02-19, 09:17 AM
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Large Marmot thinks spring

At this point of fridgidity , I'll even accept this!
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Old 02-02-19, 10:45 AM
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Had a solitary whistle pig visit my yard regularly for several years. I even grew some alfalfa for him. It ate my dandelions and other weeds while never touching garden veggies. Luckily, his burrow was in my neighbor's yard under their shed lol.
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I'm not weighing in until I hear from the nutria.
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Growing up in the Upper Midwest, I found the whole groundhog thing really confusing. Isn't six more weeks of winter still an early spring? You mean there's places where it doesn't snow in April and sometimes May? Nonsense.

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Growing up in the Upper Midwest, I found the whole groundhog thing really confusing. Isn't six more weeks of winter still an early spring? You mean there's places where it doesn't snow in April and sometimes May? Nonsense.



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We've been getting flocks of geese. I think people feed them along the bike paths, so goose droppings everywhere.

I haven't seen any goslings yet, but give it another month, and they'll be out.
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