Tuesday, March 7, 2017

This Is Why Winter Is Important

An early spring can be bad news for the birds and the bees. Chicago has seen nary a snowflake since before Christmas — a record in a city that averages 40 inches of snow in the winter. Now, Washington’s iconic cherry blossoms are set to bloom two weeks ahead of schedule, marking the end of an uncommonly warm winter and the early arrival of spring

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