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At 07:28 AM 2/3/97 -0700, you wrote:
>     >>dateline Feb 2, 1997.  No groundhog shadow by the iris patch to 
>     report in this area of the continent...  <<
>     General Lee, the groundhog at Yellow River Game Ranch, near Atlanta, 
>     predicts an early spring.

I just returned from a Garden Club meeting at which the speaker was a local
birder.  He reports that several people have seen goldfinches "yellowing up"
already and he views that as an indication of an early spring.

Kathy Marble
Harvard, MA

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