Spring’s treasures

Dear Editor,
Days are warmer and longer now, you probably noticed that. As snowbanks melt, forgotten treasures appear. Some wildflowers are already in bloom and ephemeral puddles prepare to burgeon with insects, amphibians and waterfowl. On my way from the house to nature’s showroom, I pass the . . .

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