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Larry Sherertz of Hayes said a small flock of Greater Yellowlegs showed up on Timberneck Creek and “began probing the mud for worms or other invertebrates.” He said it is a first-time sighting for him.
Karen Borja of Gloucester is thrilled to see her daffodils beginning to bloom.
Dr. Dave Justis has an amaryllis that burst forth in last week’s warm weather to a height of three feet.
Susan Nottingham of Gloucester has her eye on the birds. After the recent hard freeze, this Eastern bluebird appeared grateful for access to a warm bath, left, and a pair of bald eagles on the Piankatank River.
Bright yellow Calla lily given to Janet Clark of Hallieford for her birthday by Sandy Warhol.
Camellia “Yume” in magnificent bloom at the home of Lewis Hubbard, Cardinal.
Amaryllis “Glee” grown by Jerry Young of Gloucester.
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