We have reached eleven months of Coronia and two-thirds of another Maine winter. We are expecting the slow return of Spring, Summer, and the Fall. We hope to start seeing more birds and fewer tracks in the snow to mark the end of Winter.
We found a very interesting group of tracks of all sizes the other day on our hike.
As our weather meanders deeper into winter, our time in the woods gets shorter and shorter. It doesn’t go above freezing anymore. More and more forest life leaves only their tracks and most of them are mysteries.