Exploring Nature, April 2024

by Kevin Shank | Apr 1, 2024 | 0 comments

  • Just as farmers are hoping the spring dries up enough to get into the fields to mow hay, morel hunters are hoping for alternating rain and sunshine to keep the mushrooms popping.
  • Wildebeest herds are moving northwest to central Serengeti, following the new grass growth.
  • Warblers are following the insect hatch northward during their spring migration.
  • Listen for the gobblin’ gobblers and the drumming of grouse.
  • Cherry blossoms in Washington, D.C. bloom in early April.
  • Enjoy the spring peepers and other amphibians around ponds and bogs. Listen to their trills. See how many species of frog and toad songs you can identify/learn.
spring peeper on fern
Spring peeper on fern. Photo © Dogwood Ridge.

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