We still have 12" of snow on the ground here in southeast Ohio but I was encouraged when I heard a robin singing last week. But today I saw a flock of robins in the yard----Yeahhhh. Can spring be far behind? I wonder if I should report the sighting somewhere?

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Comment by paula jean shockley on February 15, 2010 at 9:57pm
Sandy, where are you? My calendar says spring is Mar 20.
Comment by Sandy Buckley on February 15, 2010 at 3:31pm
Oh I cannot wait to see and hear the robins!! followed by the geese and all the other birds, then the warm sunshine, snowmelt, and green grass, crocus....SPRING FEVER!!!! almost there!!! 5 more days til spring!!
Comment by Walt Gray AR on February 14, 2010 at 5:13pm
I saw a bunch here yesterday digging through the leaves in my yard searching for a meal. Hopefully you are right about Spring not being far behind... Walt

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