Week of December 26th – January 1st

We would like to welcome all of our staff back from visiting families during the holidays, we hope you had a great time and a Happy New Year!

Phenology

  • The Northern Shrikewas seen again on the power lines on Eagle Bluff’s driveway.

    This is what Eagle Bluff should look like this time of year!

  • American Kestrels have been spotted in the area.
  • It has been Unseasonably Warm lately.

Thought for the Week

“Hope is the dream of a man awake.”
French proverb

Nature Trivia Question

Answer to Last Week’s Question:
Ruffed Grouse will sometimes dive into soft snow piles to spend the night. Ruffed Grouse will often startle people walking past it by bursting out of the snow piles.

This Week’s Question:
What is the warmest January temperature ever recorded in Minnesota?

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