TOP 10 - Winter ecology
Even for the most avid outdoor enthusiasts, winter can often be a time of dormancy, for humans as well as many other organisms. For many of us, winter weather means curling up with a good book and some soup because the idea of going outside is daunting. It’s cold, it’s wet, and there’s just not much to see. While those first two points can’t really be argued (although the right gear can make it bearable), that last point is simply not true. The truth is that many of us who opt to stay indoors until spring are missing out on some very interesting finds. In our very first ’10 Fun Facts’ of 2017, here are 10 things to know about winter ecology.
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