Warm temperatures with a high of 76 degrees on the ninth, melted the last of the ice on the lake, woke up spring flowers, and got the wood frogs and spring peepers singing!!!
Juvenile House Finch Wearing Yellow Feathers
Can You See Me Now?
Warmth + Rain = GREEN
Ice-Out March 9
Frog Puddle: Spring Peepers and Wood Frogs Sing!
This year I reported Ice-out on Round Lake to Journey North, a citizen science web-site that studies wildlife migration and seasonal change. The information that's gathered records and shows changes in seasonal happenings. Last year, ice-out was on April 11, 2015. In 2014, it was April 10th.