Spring is moving right along here at the Museum. More insects are being seen, frogs and toads breeding, and turtles are out basking with ever more frequency.
It can’t be stopped. There’s no turning back. It’s cold and rainy today (3/31), but once the low pressure system (two lows, in fact) that’s causing all of this wet weather passes our area, spring will continue the way it always has. The trees will proceed to leaf-out, birds will arrive from their winter quarters and insects will be buzzing and crawling around everywhere you look!
Tomorrow, April 1st, the high temps are suppose to return to normal, the sixties. Watch how quickly things move along now!