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Who’s eating the local fruit?

It’s not quite winter, but we’re well into the Dark Season, a reference to the tough electromagnetic spot we find ourselves in every year because of our planet’s axial tilt. I also think of it as the Gray Season, no … Continue reading

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A perfect place to preen

I can’t make it to the urban birding festivities that start tomorrow (Thursday) and run through Sunday. But it’s open house season, so I made the rounds in my neighborhood, visiting the birds in their urban digs. This time of … Continue reading

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High water watch — second crest!

Great river watching this spring. The Mississippi at St. Anthony Falls reached its second crest this week — one cold snap and two weeks after its first crest. This is what 45,000 cubic feet per second looked like this morning: … Continue reading

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