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John Douglas The dry weather continues in most places. The US Drought Monitor has most of Vermont listed as “abnormally dry,” with the eastern part of the state listed as “moderate drought.”
John Douglas Toads in the garden and in the lawn. It’s time to do some mowing, but toads come first.
John Douglas It seems impolite to mention it, but it’s not inexpensive to keep our fleet of little birdfeeder birds fed.
John Douglas The beavers on the brook nearby seem to have nestled into their bank den. No tracks in the light snow and no new wood chips on the ground.
John Douglas Barred owls make noise all night long but they feed most actively at dawn and dusk; sometimes well after dawn and well before dusk.
John Douglas As of the end of June, 30 percent of Vermont was experiencing moderate drought conditions.