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Look out!

They’re coming in fast! I’m behind in my posting of the ruby-throated migration map and I am so very sorry. Get your feeders up NOW! It’s a wave of red and they’re going to be hungry. Remember, four parts water … Continue reading

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Blessed Ostara

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It’s time! It’s here! Let the trumpets sound. Spring has arrived to the Concord River. Or, as Margaret Wise Brown wrote in her iconic book, Pussy Willow: When the pussy willows happen …then it is spring. The pussy willows are … Continue reading

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All present and accounted for. Well, almost all.

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Hallelujah, the spring peepers are awake! The joyous chorus of “Come hither, baby, and let’s rock!” can finally be heard along the roads of Billerica, Burlington, Tewksbury, and other vernal-pondy places in New England. Margaret Wise Brown stated it best: … Continue reading

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