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springtime at last on the outer banks

Spring is finally here! It looks like the last of the winter weather has finally exited and this article from the North Carolina Coastal Federation seems like the perfect way to welcome the season to the Outer Banks.

A male green anole flashes his brightly colored dewlap to attract a mate.

A male green anole flashes his brightly colored dewlap to attract a mate. Photo Sam Bland, NC Coastal Federation

“Finally, it appears that the warm air of spring is beginning to drift over the dunes, through the shrub thickets and into the pine forests. After a period of stillness, the plants and animals are beginning to awaken from the silence of winter. The temperature alone will trigger ancient urgings for new life and new growth.”

To read the complete article, click HERE.

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