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The birds and bees, flowers and seeds
Wednesday, November 07, 2012 3:17 PM

By Kylee Baumle

When the growing season has come to a close, there are plenty of related activities to keep me connected to the garden. By association, I’ve become much more interested in butterflies and other insects, birds, worms, and anything else that affects or is affected by what we grow on our property.

The monarchs and hummingbirds have fled. The robins are loading up on the juicy red berries on our Washington hawthorn trees. Wooly worms are inching along as they seek the perfect spot for their winter hibernation location.