Survival in Winter - starts in Fall!





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Published on Mar 7, 2014

This Nature Walk was an absolute treat, and I was delighted to have you come along! Many species have adapted to survive during the difficult winter months with many rather ingenious techniques. Often how successful a species is in Autumn makes all the difference so having great survival preparations in Fall are just as important since ensuring they get as much caloric intake as possible is key. On this episode we will observe Pileated Woodpecker, Coywolf, Ravens, Porcupine to name a few. All times of the year represent wonderful opportunities to get and and explore.

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Mark Fraser

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