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This year we are turning a bit of the syrup into sugar. Why?read more
Where do we put our faith? Not our faith as individuals but our faith as a community. Our faith for continued growth and future life.read more
While most people think that flowers don’t emerge until the ground is thawed, many flowers will not wait for the lingering snow to melt to start growing. In fact, there is one flower at Audubon that bloomed in February after melting through the ice and snow.read more
March is a time for dreaming. It is the in-between time that is not quite spring, though some days feel like it, and not quite winter, though many days feel like that as well.read more
In the winter, many songbird species travel and feed together. Territory and competition for a mate aren’t as important as food and safety this time of year.read more
However you celebrate this mid-winter holiday, remember that the animals are celebrating it too, in their own ways.read more