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Tuesday, March 20, 2007

March 20, 2007

It may not feel like it, but spring officially starts today at 8:07pm! Early spring migrants, like Red-winged Blackbirds and Common Grackles, are being seen throughout the area. Keep your eyes out for Eastern Phoebes and Song Sparrows - they won't be far behind.

Now is a good time to look for Jupiter in pre-dawn sky. If you're up and out by 6am, you'll notice a brilliant "star" in the eastern sky. That's Jupiter in the constellation Scorpius and it outshines everything else in that section of the sky.

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