Northland Nature-Plenty of migration going on in the Northland
With the autumnal equinox in mid-September, we feel in many ways like the new season has already begun. Cool morning temperatures in the 40s and 50s greet us each day. Later, in the sunlight, we can look out on a scene of arboreal yellows and reds increasing with the month. But it is the shortening daylight that may cause us to note the changes the most. A sunrise that gets later is matched by early sunsets. It is this lessening light that brings on so many signs of the seasons.
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