American Bushman

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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Nature's Symphony

After yesterday's 70° temperatures the frogs in the wetland behind the house came out of hibernation. I had the windows open last night to enjoy their songs.

The sound, similar to the chirping of a cricket but louder, went on all night and has continued into the morning.

I don't know how many frogs are back there but it sounds like thousands.

This morning's wake-up call came in the form of chirping frogs and singing birds.

These are the things that help me feel connected with nature and lure me outside.

Thanks for reading,



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