I'm not the only one going a little crazy in this late February warm spell. The bees are so busy gathering hazel pollen that our whole bush literally buzzes, and the wild birds are belting out their spring songs at peak pitch.
The frogs are even louder
though. Between the chorus frogs and the wood frogs, the calls are
almost deafening during warm, rainy nights. Puddles are full of masses
of eggs and I startle mating amphibians every time I walk past. Some
folks would call this mud season, but I prefer to focus on the frogs.
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