Fall in Jishou

4 thoughts on “Fall in Jishou”

  1. I love the caterpillar and would like to have one around here for a pet. That would be an invasive species, though, so better leave her there.
    (Also working on mail response to your previous posting.)

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  2. The first sign of fall besides the obvious cool front moving through Austin, is the hundreds of grackles loudly squawking in their favorite roosting trees at dusk. Weird that there are always grackles here, but their numbers, roosting in trees that you dare not park under, explode in the fall.

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    1. My students were astonished by images of Canada geese migrating through North America, but I didn’t get the chance to ask why. The birds seem more settled here, but I don’t know if that’s true.

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