Tracking the tales of winter

One of the benefits of the type of snow we had on Feb. 13 is that it leaves a record of animal activities and interactions for you to find later.

A short walk through the Susquehanna Riverlands today would give you clues about the activities of gray squirrels, deer, mink, fox, raccoons, and a visit by a beaver that climbed out of the Susquehanna in the Wetlands Nature Area, sampled a black birch, and then continued south in the river.

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