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Here at Greater Michigan Timber Management we get excited when it comes to spring! Spring means more sunshine, warmer days, longer days, buds and blooms popping on the trees, perennials emerging from the ground, the creeks and the rivers running rapidly, birds chirping exponentially, those tiny little frogs pepping and more opportunity to be outdoors! Many say that their first sign of a Robin means spring is here, but in our backyard the robins stay all year long. I suppose the reason for this is the ample food that our backyard supplies in the form of several native species purposefully planted and allowed to grow near our home. However, when we hear the conk-la-ree of the red winged blackbirds and the roh-roh-roh of our Great Blue Heron who we refere to as Longfellow, and of course the honk-honk-honk of the Canadian Geese...those are our truly real and extremely welcomed signs and sounds of spring!
Listen here www.bird-sounds.net/red-winged-blackbird/
What are your sure signs of spring every year?
The logs are neatly stacked on the landing for easy loading onto the trucks that transport the logs int0 the sawmills.
David & Valerie Zimmer
Buyers of standing timber and owners of Greater Michigan Timber Management, a Forest and Timber Management company located in the northern lower peninsula of Michigan.
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