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Summertime slows down for nature

August 15, 2014
Scot Stewart , Mining Journal

Late summer is a lazier time for most in nature. Young animals are learning to feed and look out for themselves. Young birds like blackbirds, grackles, warblers, and flickers are moving through the area in family groups and larger flocks to feed before heading south. Many flowers, except the goldenrod and asters, are setting seeds or gently setting fruit around them. With the cool summer the roadside yellows and purples are delayed a bit this summer.

 
 
 

 

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