Blane Klemek: Minnesota’s resident wildlife tough it out through the winter
The thermometer read minus 22 degrees a few mornings ago at my house in the woods. The snow squeaked underfoot on my way to the shed to get the morning’s supply of black-oil sunflower seeds for filling the birdfeeders — squeak, squeak, crunch, crunch as I walked to each of the feeders holding a plastic pitcher full of seed.
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