Nature Walk: Icy Spring Reflections
The end of winter and the beginning of spring is a gradual process of warm days and cold nights, which may be interrupted by snowstorms or unusual heat waves. The melt water that fills prairie potholes may freeze hard enough to support a person one day, but drop a foot a few days later leaving shelves or sheets of ice high and dry. The surface of a small pond such as this one can produce dramatic reflections of the trees, sky and the suspended ice shards.
We’ve certainly seen some snow this last week, despite it officially being the spring season!
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