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Punxsutawney Phil may have been wrong.

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Two Red-winged Blackbird males flew in today. They’re the first Spring arrivals to the Concord River and prove, without a doubt, that Winter is getting ready to say farewell. Punxsutawney Phil was wrong! Red-wings travel in flocks so I’m expecting … Continue reading

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Musketaquid wears many faces.

She wears the slow as molasses face on a hot, humid morning. She wears a face that sparkles like brilliant diamonds in the morning sunlight. She wears a face as old as the Nile. She has seen battles, poets, and … Continue reading

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